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Canada to speak up for Rohingya Muslims at United Nations: Freeland

Globe and Mail Sunday, 17 September 2017 ()
Foreign Affairs Minister says she and Prime Minister Trudeau will ‘focus’ on Myanmar issue at UN meeting
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News video: Rohingya villagers afraid to leave their houses

Rohingya villagers afraid to leave their houses 02:11

The number of Rohingya refugees flooding into Bangladesh has risen sharply to 270,000 since the violence broke out in Myanmar two weeks ago. Some of the Rohingya villages look deserted because residents are afraid to leave their houses.

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