Q&A: An Uncertain Future Ahead for Rohingya in Bangladesh

September 29, 2018

IPS Correspondent Tharanga Yakupitiyage talks to AMBASSADOR MASUD BIN MOMEN, permanent representative of Bangladesh to the U.N about the Rohingya’ crisis.

Source: UNITED NATIONS, Sep 26 2018 (IPS), By Tharanga Yakupitiyage Q&A: An Uncertain Future Ahead for Rohingya in Bangladesh

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