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Haikal Mansor May 14
FIGHTS a. Community against the ongoing genocide b. 1.3 million in the refugee camps c. Generations at lost without education d. Women without empowerment e. Men without livelihood f. Community without justice g. Media with anti-Rohingya sentiment h. A complicit world
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Iffat Rahman May 15
Good! Genociders must be held accountable! "UN urges worldwide withdrawal of support for Myanmar military World must ‘cut off money supply’ to commanders accused of war crimes and genocide against , say investigators."
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Oxfam International 18h
Changing lives: we're bringing sanitation to largest camp:
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UNFPA Bangladesh May 19
“I’m very much happy to visit these centers. The energy and the good works are visible.“- Ms Daniela D'Urso - Head of Office, ECHO. Today showed around the supported facilities in the refugee camps and host communities.
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Baxtiyar Goran 52m
Barzani Charity Foundation opens a health clinic for refugees in Bangladesh.
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Martha Newsome May 14
We echo this plea: to not to forget the Rohingya and their uncertain fate. Our team continues to provide loving medical care to the over one million refugees who now live in this overcrowded camp.
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NEU Politics | Cultures 5h
Mert this Violinist
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M Rafique May 20
Forces Kill, Arrest Young Fishermen in Pauktaw
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Voice Singh May 19
Replying to @JustinTrudeau
Yes, yes, yes wish them well who killed, raped and forced out thousands of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar. Why was Canada quiet? Did you support their terrorist actions? I guess Buddhists aren't so peace-loving after all as people previously thought?
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CARE InternationalUK 1h
'My house up on the hill is at risk of falling down. In the coming weeks the storms will increase and I am scared.' - Sabukunnahar, refugee living in Cox's Bazar, . CARE is working hard to prepare the camp and improve for season.
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Elise Tillet-Dagousset May 17
"It doesn’t matter what the potential impact may be, if someone is harmed by our work as researchers, we have failed.”
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ZeinBrown 23h
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
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UNHCR in Bangladesh 2h
We had a special visitor this week. Goodwill Ambassador for S.Korea Jung Woo-sung has been here to learn more about how we are working for refugees in Bangladesh.
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Ro Nay San Lwin May 15
activists and their international supporters have welcomed and endorsed the panel's call for withdrawal of financial and other supports to and fair trial of its military commanders on charges of war crime and .
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🦚🌳🌲🌴🌵🎍💐🌲C. Fontaine 🔥🌎🔥🙀😱🥵👁 May 17
Who are we, ? Asylum seekers are Trumps
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SMEP Bangladesh May 18
Anu Begum is a Rohingya refugee, she has been volunteering with after being displaced from . “I’m very happy to volunteer with SMEP, with SMEP I can earn some money to support my family.”
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shirleydeng May 19
Cate Blanchett warns of a “race against time” of crisis. My Day 3 of skipping a meal for raising fund for these women in need. Listen to and leave your generosity.
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Ro Zaber 7h
& fighting with each other. villagers r being used as .Our is being tested time again and again.From to recommendations nothing has changed in favour of Rohingya.
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UNHCR Korea 7h
UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Jung Woo-sung meets the refugee children at a learning centre in the camp in Bangladesh. Every child is entitled to education - a chance to grow and dream of a future.
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The Hindu Comment 15h
"India’s continued diplomatic and moral passivity on the crisis is deeply unfortunate."
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