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Foreign minister says a delegation from Myanmar offered to take back hundreds of thousands who fled army violence.
 
Myanmar has proposed taking back the hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees who fled a brutal military crackdown into Bangladesh in recent weeks.

SPEAK OUTMyanmar's army killed many of the women they raped. Survivors in refugee camps in Bangladesh say they want justice.Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh - Twenty-year-old Ayesha Begum sat on a plastic mat inside her family's bamboo and tarpaulin shelter in the sprawling makeshift refugee settlement of Balukhali.She cradled her one-year-old son in her arms, blowing on his face every so often to give him some relief from the sweltering heat.

changed HightCOLOMBO — Sri Lankan police said Sunday they have arrested six people in their hunt for a mob led by Buddhist monks who attacked Rohingya refugees last week.The government of the Buddhist-majority country has accused the monks of behaving like "animals" during Tuesday's attack on a centre housing Rohingya including children on the outskirts of Colombo.

safe zoneIn speech to UN, Sheikh Hasina presses Myanmar to allow the return of 'hungry, distressed and hopeless' refugees.Bangladesh's prime minister has accused Myanmar of ethnic cleansing of its Rohingya people and urged the country to allow the return of "hungry, distressed and hopeless" refugees.
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