SBS ROHINGYA

More than a million Rohingya refugees still in limbo

Rohingya refugee woman Johara, 30, a mother of five children, in Unchiprang refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, in Bangladesh. Source: AAP

Australian parliamentarians have inspected a controversial barbed wire fence being built around the world’s largest refugee camp in Bangladesh.They’ve expressed concerns about the temporary accommodation becoming something more permanent for more than one million displaced Rohingyas, as repatriation talks with Myanmar stall.

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