Six years on, a visit to Cox’s Bazar Rohingya refugee camps a potent reminder of their ongoing plight
Last week marked six years since the mass displacement of Rohingyas from Rakhine state in Myanmar.
According to the United Nations, around 10,000 people were killed in an alleged genocidal operation, and more than 700,000 people fled to Bangladesh, adding to already large numbers of refugees there.
The anniversary is a timely reminder of a protracted crisis within our neighbourhood.
As two years since fall of Kabul marked, Australian Government urged to respond to Senate report on next steps
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