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Rohingya Refugee Crisis: Lack of food in camps causing child diseases

The UN says that nearly sixty percent of the half-a-million Rohingya Muslims who have poured into Bangladesh are children. According to UNICEF, newborn babies are falling sick and malnourished as their parents struggle to find food and water. Tom Fredericks reports. Subscribe: http://trt.world/subscribe Livestream: http://trt.world/ytlive Facebook: http://trt.world/facebook Twitter: http://trt.world/twitter Instagram: http://trt.world/instagram Visit our website: http://trt.world

Islamophobia in Europe in 2017

Islamophobia in Europe in 2017

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Out of UNESCO, Sudan unsanctioned and Biafran secession?

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The shift from TV to online streaming | A Look Into | Showcase

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Hong Kong travel agency launches sleep bus for travellers

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Art takes over Qatar ahead of World Cup

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Chinese father makes home remedy for his son with rare genetic disorder

Croatian police accused of illegally pushing back refugees

Croatian police accused of illegally pushing back refugees

Travel bans go up as Omicron variant raises alarms worldwide

Travel bans go up as Omicron variant raises alarms worldwide

Israel to issue permits to skilled Palestinians

Israel to issue permits to skilled Palestinians

US imposes travel restrictions as concern grows over Omicron variant

US imposes travel restrictions as concern grows over Omicron variant

Macron accuses UK of not taking refugee crisis 'seriously'

Macron accuses UK of not taking refugee crisis 'seriously'

Ukrainian President Zelenskyy claims coup attempt by Russia

Ukrainian President Zelenskyy claims coup attempt by Russia

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Travel restrictions rise as concern grows over new variant

Medicine costs in Lebanon spike as government lifts subsidies

Medicine costs in Lebanon spike as government lifts subsidies

Taliban puts Kabul drug addicts into rehab

Taliban puts Kabul drug addicts into rehab

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