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Bangladesh imposes mobile phone ban on Rohingya refugees

A Rohingya Muslim refugee and child look on as they sit in a school housing new refugees from Myanmar in Kutupalong refugee camp in the Bangaldeshi district of Ukhia on September 23, 2017. The flood of Rohingya refugees into Bangladesh has come to a virtual halt, Dhaka officials said September 23, almost a month after violence erupted in Myanmar's Rakhine State and sent nearly 430,000 people fleeing across the border. Officials gave no reason for the dramatically reduced numbers. But Rohingya Mu

 

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