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Rohingya newborns offer frail hope in face of Myanmar violence

BALUKHALI, Bangladesh (Reuters) - Scared, hungry and badly beaten, Rohingya women fleeing an army crackdown in Myanmar recount harrowing tales of destruction and death: a father burned alive, an uncle slaughtered with a machete, a brother arrested and not heard from again.But huddled in makeshift refugee camps, dependent on food rations and the mercy of fellow refugees, they also carry something else: hope inspired by their newborn children, for whom Bangladesh is now home.
Reuters - March 20 @ 4:37pm

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Mohammad Arju

Mohammad Arju

Chittagong Division, Bangladesh

Mohammad Arju is a journalist intermittently based in Dhaka and Chittagong city and traveling across the coastal regions of Bangladesh. Currently works for Daily Sun as a Senior Sub-Editor. Diver and Underwater...

 
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