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Rohingya Hopes Fade as NLD Resumes Old Measures

Ayub Khan sits crosslegged on the bamboo floor of his family’s small shelter and gestures at a meter-high stack of simple pharmaceuticals, such as cough syrup and painkillers. “I set up a small pharmacy and paid a lot to get these medicines here,” the Rohingya father of eight said. “Before the violence we had three pharmacies in downtown Sittwe. We had a good life, but we lost everything. This business is not sufficient to support my family.”  He said his family now suffers from a...

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