Mohammad Ali Jinnat | The Daily Star
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  • Rohingya refugees

    Food relief to continue

    World Food Programme will provide rice, pulse, oil and other daily necessities to Rohingyas well into next year.
  • Birth Control: Rohingyas lack awareness

    Selina Begum, 22, started walking from Rohingya settlements in Thyankhali camp to collect some relief goods with her two-year-old daughter yesterday.
  • Haphazard early settlements make the job hard

    Continued influx of Rohingyas, unplanned settlement of refugees and haphazard development activities by many organisations make
  • Myanmar Rohingya refugees

    6,300 in no-man's land for 45 days

    Some 6,300 Rohingya people, mostly women and children, have been stuck in no-man's land along the Naikhyangchhari border since August 27.
  • Fear of HIV spread grows

    Health officials in Cox's Bazar fear spread of HIV/AIDS in the refugee camps as a rising number of Rohingyas have been diagnosed with the disease.
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