refugees: Some, however, became stranded at the Tombru border point after Myanmar reportedly began building bunkers and threatened the refugees to leave and enter Bangladesh, which denied their entry, according to Metro News. Ali Hossain, the top government administrator in Cox's Bazar district, said officials from the countries agreed that Myanmar would identify the stranded refugees and then resettle them. About 700,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled army-led violence in Buddhist-majority Myanmar since August and are living in refugee camps in Bangladesh. He said Myanmar invited Bangladeshi officials to visit the Tombru border point in Naikkhongchhari and talk to the refugees. We said that is the duty of Myanmar as they have not entered Bangladesh territory, he said. There was a dispute about who will verify them. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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