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When George Soros comes to this or that country… he looks for religious, ethnic or social contradictions, chooses the model of action for one of these options or their combination and tries to 'warm them up'.

Understand the reasons behind #RohingyaCrisis…
#RohingyaCrisis is mostly concentrated in northwestern region in Rakhine State which consists of vast reserves of hydrocarbons located offshore which is the major reason why external players are using the conflict to undermine Southeast Asian stability.…
In 2004 Rakhine energy reserves were discovered & by 2013 China had connected Myanmar’s port of Kyaukphyu with Chinese city of Kunming in Yunnan province with oil & natural gas pipelines that would bypass world’s most congested shipping choke point Malacca Straits #RohingyaCrisis
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From the land of the Most Unwanted. #RohingyaCrisis
Minority within the world's most persecuted minority: 101 Rohingya #Hindu families who cant go back to #Myanmar, #India isnt taking them & it isnt safe where they are.
For yest's report, I was told to "GO TO PAKISTAN & WRITE ABOUT HINDU MINORITY".
I wrote about Rohingya Hindu minority & pin drop silence from the govt that says its the Promised Land of the Hindus? The MEA didnt even come on record for this story.
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We’re returning to the #RohingyaCrisis in Bangladesh, where women Nobel Peace Prize laureates are visiting local camps to assess support for Rohingya women and obstacles facing refugees.

📷: Allison Joyce for @NobelWomen
Nobel laureates Mairead Maguire of Northern Ireland, Shirin Ebadi of Iran, and Tawakkol Karman of Yemen visited refugee camps and spoke to #Rohingya women about their personal stories.

These photos captured their tearful encounters.

📷: Allison Joyce for @NobelWomen
@NobelWomen It’s especially important to consider specific challenges facing Rohingya women in these refugee camps, @TawakkolKarman told @AP.

"Less than 20% of displaced Rohingya women who have survived sexual violence have access to post-rape care.”
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