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AP Explains: What’s behind Rohingya exodus from Myanmar

Myanmar’s Rohingya Muslims have been called the world’s most persecuted minority, a people without a country.
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AP Explains: What's behind Rohingya exodus from Myanmar

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Myanmar's Rohingya Muslims have been called the world's most persecuted minority, a people without a country. In the last two weeks, in numbers estimated to be nearing 300,000, Rohingya have … Click to Continue »

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