A Rohingya Muslim waits for help to transport her sick son to a nearby clinic in Taiy Khali, Bangladesh, on Wednesday. Photo: AP A Rohingya Muslim waits for help to transport her sick son to a nearby clinic in Taiy Khali, Bangladesh, on Wednesday. Photo: AP
A Rohingya Muslim waits for help to transport her sick son to a nearby clinic in Taiy Khali, Bangladesh, on Wednesday. Photo: AP

How greed, money and power are fuelling the Rohingya’s suffering in Myanmar

Daniel Wagner says that the drive to exploit oil and gas resources in Rakhine State, led by Myanmar’s military and enabled by foreign clients, is the real reason behind the push to purge the country’s Rohingya population

Topic |   Rohingya Muslims
A Rohingya Muslim waits for help to transport her sick son to a nearby clinic in Taiy Khali, Bangladesh, on Wednesday. Photo: AP A Rohingya Muslim waits for help to transport her sick son to a nearby clinic in Taiy Khali, Bangladesh, on Wednesday. Photo: AP
A Rohingya Muslim waits for help to transport her sick son to a nearby clinic in Taiy Khali, Bangladesh, on Wednesday. Photo: AP
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