LONDON, U.K.—The Rohingyas are around a million Bengali-speaking people who used to live in Rakhine state in Burma—until late last year. Then the Burmese army attacked them, claiming they were illegal immigrants. Thousands were killed, tens of thousands were raped, their villages were burned—and at least 700,000 of them are now in refugee camps across the border in Bangladesh.
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