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Rohingya refugees meet repatriation plans to Burma with doubt
As Bangladesh and Burma agree to complete the return of Rohingya Muslims, many refugees remain doubtful about the terms. More than half a million Rohingya have fled a violent military crackdown in Burma since Aug. 2017.
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