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Myanmar Crisis

Rohingya refugees face growing violence at Bangladesh camps

As ICJ hears genocide case, questions loom over who represents Myanmar

Rohingya refugees are sent to Bhasan Char island in December 2020. Bangladesh has limited educational opportunities for refugees on the island.   © Reuters

BANGKOK/YANGON -- Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees suffer escalating violence and deteriorating conditions at camps in Bangladesh, years after a deadly crackdown by Myanmar's military forced them to flee the country.

The International Court of Justice resumed hearings Monday on the alleged genocide by Myanmar's military against the Rohingya. Still, with any final ruling regarding Myanmar's responsibility likely to be years away, there is no clear end in sight to the group's plight.

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