Rohingya refugee camp quiet after Bangladesh postpone return

16/11/2018 18:46
        Normal life returned to a Rohingya Muslim refugee camp in Bangladesh a day after government officials postponed plans to begin repatriating residents to Myanmar when no one volunteered to go.
        The checkpoints at the entrance to Unchiprang, one of the refugee camps near the city of Cox's Bazar, were temporarily left unguarded on Friday morning — a sign of easing tensions — as about 500 people crowded into a mosque for Friday prayers.
        One of the imams, Abdul Hakim, told the devotees that the government could not force Rohingya to go back without Myanmar guaranteeing them protection and civil rights, to which they raised their hands and replied, "Amen."


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