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U.N. estimates $200 million needed for Rohingya in Bangladesh for six months

Reuters India Friday, 22 September 2017
DHAKA (Reuters) - The United Nations estimates that $200 million will be needed over the next six months to help Rohingya Muslims refugees who have fled to Bangladesh from Myanmar in "massive numbers" to escape a bloody military campaign.
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On Friday, a US official said that the United States wants Myanmar to take urgent action to end violence in the Rakhine state. Bangladesh and aid organizations are struggling to help 422,000 Muslims, who left their country, after attacks by militants triggered the large exodus of people from Rakhine...

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