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Rohingya refugees trapped between state violence and gangs

Published by
Al-Araby
The legitimacy of repatriation to Myanmar is looking increasingly difficult for Rohingya Muslims dwelling in refugee camps in Bangladesh due to escalating violence in Myanmar's Chin and Rakhine states. Meanwhile, a perilous chain of events has also further exacerbated refugee fears since the killing of prominent community leader Mohib Ullah in September by armed gangs. Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh are exasperated by the unfolding crisis. Mohammad Yousof, a 65-year-old shopkeeper and father of eight told The New Arab he had been warned by the Bangladesh Camp in Charge (CIC) official that if ...
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After-Effects of Children Witnessing War

Published by
San Diego Jewish World
Innocent Witnesses: Childhood Memories of World War II by Marilyn Yalom; Stanford: Stanford University Press; Redwood Press (c) 2021; 195 pages. By Oliver B. Pollak, Ph.D. Oliver Pollak RICHMOND, California – Marilyn Yalom’s over eighteen books have been translated into several languages. Popular titles include A History of the Breast (1998), A History of the Wife (2001), and The American Resting Place: Four hundred years of history through our cemeteries and burial grounds (2008). Marilyn’s collaboration with her psychiatrist husband Irvin included a 2021 jointly authored book, A Matter of De...
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