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Lack of medical facilities compounds the pandemic threat to Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh
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Fear, Covid-19 stalk Rohingya refugee childrenThere are broadly two things that govern how nations and communities are coping with Covid-19: leadership and resources. More than ...
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Malaysia can't take any more Rohingya refugees, PM saysKUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia can no longer take in Rohingya Muslim refugees from Myanmar, Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin said on Friday, ...
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Malaysia will ask BD to take back Rohingya refugees found at sea
Malaysia will ask Bangladesh to take back about 300 Rohingya refugees detained after a boat carrying them entered its waters ...
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Rohingya refugees running scared from coronvirus testsCOX'S BAZAR: Rohingya refugees infected with coronavirus are fleeing quarantine in their Bangladesh camps because they fear being transferred to ...
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Severe cyclone Amphan may wreak havoc on Rohingya refugee camps Very severe cyclonic storm 'Amphan' is approaching Bangladesh coast, between Khulna-Chattogram, rapidly.It is expected to make landfall between Tuesday late ...
Observer Correspondent
Two infected with coronavirus in Rohingya refugee campCoronavirus has been detected in one of the camps in a Rohingya refugee camp, officials said on Thursday.Humanitarian groups warned ...
Md Shafiqul Islam
Coronavirus, new threat to Rohingya refugeesCOVID 19 or 'Novel Coronavirus' has not been previously identified in humans. The outbreak was first identified in Wuhan, Hubei, ...
The first confirmed case in Cox\'s Bazar exposes how our systems fail the most vulnerable
ATHENA RAYBURN
Covid-19 and the Rohingya refugee crisisThe first confirmed case in Cox's Bazar exposes how our systems fail the most vulnerableAll around the world, the numbers ...
Health officials say Bangladesh\'s overcrowded and unsanitary camps are dangerously prone to a coronavirus outbreak
Bertil Linter
Rohingya refugee camps a Covid-19 time bombHealth officials say Bangladesh's overcrowded and unsanitary camps are dangerously prone to a coronavirus outbreakAs Bangladesh confirms its first Covid-19 ...
The nightlife of Rohingya refugeesAZAD MOHAMMEDThe world does not always see Rohingya refugees even in the light of day and we are still not ...
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Arab star Sabry visits Rohingya refugee campsArab film and TV star and World Food Programme (WFP) Goodwill Ambassador Hend Sabry visited the Rohingya families in the ...
Exclusive Interview Of Kosovo Ambassador To Bangladesh
“Bangladesh deserves the highest consideration for hosting the Rohingya refugees” -  Guner UreyaRepublic of Kosovo is one of the newest countries to have become our diplomatic friends in recent times. Following Bangladesh's ...
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