Bangladesh is taking tough measures to contain an increase in violence in Rohingya refugee camps after the crisis over the mass exodus of the persecuted group from Myanmar entered its third year.
Describing the violence in the Cox’s Bazar refugee camps as a security threat, officials have banned cell phone use and restricted internet access, and are considering erecting barbed wire around the settlements to regulate the movement of their 1.2 million inhabitants.
In the absence of any immediate repatriation of refugees back to Myanmar, the authorities are also giving serious attention to a previously announced plan to move some of the refugee population to a flood-prone island in the Bay of Bengal, despite objections from international aid groups.....................
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