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Rohingya Refugees Caught Between India and a Hard Place

Expand Indian police transfer seven ethnic Rohingya to Myanmar officials in Moreh, Manipur, India, October 4, 2018. Source: Manipur police Recently, 31 Rohingya refugees who had fled atrocities in Myanmar found themselves trapped at the border between India and Bangladesh. Neither Indian nor Bangladeshi border guards were willing to accept them. The Indians insisted that the refugees were attempting an illegal entry from Bangladesh, while Bangladeshi authorities said that the refugees were being forcibly pushed out of India. One thing was certain: Going back to Myanmar was not an option. Myanmar’s…

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