No sign Rohingya will be allowed to return home in Myanmar
In addition to saying the Muslim minority should be allowed to return freely, safely and in dignity, Myanmar's agreement with Bangladesh says Rohingya will need to provide evidence of their residency -- something many say they do not have.
By: AP | Updated: December 24, 2017 9:13 am
Rohingya Muslim child cries as she stands amid a crowd of elders to receive food being distributed near Balukhali refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. (AP Photo)
After facing international outrage and charges of ethnic cleansing, Myanmar made a pledge: Rohingya Muslims who fled the country by the hundreds of thousands would start their journey home within weeks. With so many obstacles, however, and no real sign of goodwill, few believe that will happen.
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