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10 Octubre 2017, 07:05 | Bibiana Flor
Time for Myanmar to focus on the economy
Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) official Abdul Jalil told AFP on Monday they had recovered the bodies of 10 children, an elderly woman and a man after an all-night rescue operation.
A total of 152 people, fleeing to Bangladesh from Rakhine, died in several incidents of boat sinking so far. In 1982, a controversial law stripped citizenship from the Rohingya, officially making them stateless.
The Rohingya fled Buddhist-majority Myanmar when government forces launched a ferocious offensive, denounced by the United Nations as ethnic cleansing, in response to a series of Rohingya militant attacks on security posts on August 25.
In 2014 Dhaka banned marriages between Bangladeshis and Myanmar's Rohingya Muslim refugees following claims that members of the persecuted community were attempting to Wednesday to gain citizenship in the mainly Muslim nation.
Many new wells for drinking water are shallow and have become contaminated by sewage, said Paranietharan. Others said they left in fear ahead of anticipated violence.
Dhaka: Bangladesh said on Tuesday that the Rohingya crisis was no longer Myanmar's internal issue and had become a "regional catastrophe" as it appealed to the global community to take "crucial decisions" to press Naypyitaw to take back about 500,000 refugees living in the country. The bishop said the 45,000 figure represents the fewest number of refugees to be admitted since the passage of the 1980 Refugee Act, which formalized the country's refugee program.
The government has cited worry about food as one of he reasons people have been giving for leaving, but a senior state government official on Monday dismissed any suggestion of starvation. "We have some plans about the Rohingya". This week Bangladesh reported 4,000-5,000 Rohingya were crossing the border daily.
Thaung Tun, Suu Kyi's national security adviser, told Reuters that the United Nations "must treat us equally".
The Rohingya still in Burma now face extortion by the military to buy the livestock stolen from the Rohiinya who have fled.
The government of Buddhist-majority Myanmar refuses to recognise the Rohingya as a distinct ethnic group and considers them illegal migrants from Bangladesh.
"We want to go to Bangladesh".
Meanwhile, in Myanmar, the resentment against the worldwide community, which has been accused of bias pro-rohingya, remains strong.
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