Mujib Ullah and Mohammad Fahid are two of hundreds of thousands of Rohingyas who have fled Myanmar to neighboring Bangladesh since August 2017. They fled burning villages, systematic rape and arbitrary killings.
Bangladesh and Myanmar have agreed to repatriate hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslim refugees within two years. NGOs viewed the deal with skepticism, saying it doesn't fully address safety and resettlement concerns.
A Rohingya rebel group says 10 Rohingya Muslims found in a mass grave in December were not its members. The Myanmar military has admitted to killing the 10 people, claiming they were militants.
At least seven people have died after police in Myanmar opened fire on a group of ethnic Rakhine Buddhists. Authorities said they switched from rubber projectiles to real bullets after a celebration turned violent.
Japan's government will grant Myanmar $3 million to assist in repatriating Rohingya Muslims to Rakhine state. A military crackdown has seen about 655,000 Rohingya Muslims flee to Bangladesh, with at least 6,700 deaths.
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