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Rohingya Insurgents: Rohingya and Refugee Camps

rohingya insurgents: This moment is not safe to go back, he said, according to CTV. We have to improve the security situation inside Myanmar to send them back. While many Rohingya want to eventually return to their villages, UNICEF deputy executive director Justin Forsyth said that no one he met during visits to Bangladesh's refugee camps said they would go back now. More than 680,000 Rohingya fled Myanmar's Rakhine state beginning in August, after Myanmar security forces began clearance operations in their villages in the wake of attacks by Rohingya insurgents on police posts. Forsyth spoke one day after former New Mexico Gov. While most of the refugees left Myanmar in the first weeks of the crisis, Rohingya are continuing to trickle across the border into Bangladesh, complaining of mistreatment at home. ( As reported in the news.