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South Asia

No Eid for Muslim Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh


Rohingya refugees from Myanmar face difficult conditions in camps in Bangladesh

By Mainul Islam Khan

DHAKA, Bangladesh

As Eid-al-Fitr, which marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan, nears, just around the corner, it does not affect Seno Ara in any way. She is busy with her paddle sewing machine, fashioning clothes for the other Rohingya women - refugees, like her and many others, in the camp in Kutupalong of Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh.


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