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Intelligence officials say al-Shabab tried a “knock-knock” tactic.
More than half a million Rohingya Muslims have fled Burma since August, often making a dangerous sea voyage to neighboring Bangladesh.
The symbolic capital of the Islamic State has fallen. What's left of it?
“If anyone gets caught leaving, they are killed immediately,” one Rohingya man said by phone.
A village discussion echoes a global conversation about the costs of compassion.
Almost half a million Rohingya have fled ethnic violence in Burma.
Bangladesh’s government, aid agencies and refugees themselves are totally overwhelmed.
Scorched earth. Harrowing escapes. Half a million on the move.
The protests are probably the biggest in the country's history.
Is the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army helping or hurting the persecuted minority?