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Family Members: Vancouver and Refugee Camps

family members: She works as a lawyer and human rights activist in the refugee camps of Bangladesh, where over 725,000 Rohingya Muslims are now staying after fleeing extreme violence from the Myanmar militia.article continues below Trending Stories City declines request from Vancouver independent candidates to number election ballots Minimum wage increases go into effect June 1 across B.C. Archives Vancouver Canucks draft Swedish twins It's raining dead birds in Metro Vancouver The vast majority of those in the camps are women and children, many of whom were gang raped and tortured and lost family members in brutal mass slaughters, according to Vancouver Courier. But many of them still want to go home to Myanmar. Sultana is Rohingya. They want to go back, because that is their life, their ancestral land. Canada is a most powerful country now in the world. But they need a safe zone, Sultana said. ( As reported in the news.