Rohingya refugees shout slogans during a protest against a disputed repatriation programme at a refugee camp near Teknaf, Bangladesh. Photo: EPA

Rohingya repatriation, relocation plans pushed back to 2019 after failed first attempt and protests

  • Bangladesh and Myanmar in October agreed to begin returning hundreds of thousands of Muslim refugees, but the plan failed amid fears for peoples’ safety
  • Refugee relief officials say they are trying to meet demands for justice, citizenship and the ability to go back to original villages and lands
Topic |   Rohingya Muslims

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Rohingya refugees shout slogans during a protest against a disputed repatriation programme at a refugee camp near Teknaf, Bangladesh. Photo: EPA
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