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EU announces additional aid of 3M euros to address Rohingya crisis in Bangladesh & Myanmar

All India Radio Wednesday, 13 September 2017
EU announces additional aid of 3M euros to address Rohingya crisis in Bangladesh & MyanmarThe European Union has announced additional aid of three million euros to address the pressing needs of the Rohingyas both in Bangladesh and Myanmar.
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News video: Aid workers: World leaders need to do more for Rohingya refugees

Aid workers: World leaders need to do more for Rohingya refugees 01:44

Aid workers say the Rohingya crisis at the Bangladesh-Myanmar border is now one of the biggest humanitarian crises in the world.

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