Why Myanmar's persecuted Rohingya refugees can't go home
Clip: 04/24/2019 | 5m 42s
The Rohingya people of Myanmar have long been persecuted by their government, primarily for their Muslim faith amid a Buddhist majority. A million of them have fled the violence to camps in neighboring Bangladesh, which is tiring of their presence. Amna Nawaz talks to Refugees International's Dan Sullivan about genocide and the hostile conditions in Myanmar preventing Rohingya from returning home.
Aired: 04/24/19Video has closed captioning.
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