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After decades of military rule, new civilian-led government is in power in Myanmar. What will it mean for country's Muslim Rohingya population? TRT World's Duncan Crawford travelled to Rakhine State to find out.
Former UN chief Kofi Annan-led commission reports over 120,000 Rohingya have languished for years in the squalid displacement camps.
Several camps housing Rohingya Muslims were flooded after days of torrential rain, forcing them to pack up and move again. The flooding comes as Bangladesh's troops were deployed to help refugees build shelters and toilets.
Rohingya stumble on landmines allegedly planted by Myanmar's army on the Myanmar-Bangladesh border as they flee Rakhine state.
The EU’s head of foreign affairs Federica Mogherini says this has become one of the most serious refugee crises of modern times.
Myanmar Minister Win Myat Aye says burned villages will become "government-managed land", raising concerns about the prospects of return for 480,000 refugees from neighbouring Bangladesh.
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