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TEKNAF, Bangladesh: Six year-old Noor Sahara, a young Rohingya girl whose mother is missing and who crossed over the border with her neighbor Roshida and her nephew, poses for a photograph near a refugee camp in the southern Cox’s Bazar district yesterday. —AFP
TEKNAF, Bangladesh: Six year-old Noor Sahara, a young Rohingya girl whose mother is missing and who crossed over the border with her neighbor Roshida and her nephew, poses for a photograph near a refugee camp in the southern Cox’s Bazar district yesterday. —AFP

Myanmar's Rohingya: stateless, persecuted and fleeing

KUWAIT: The Justice Ministry in coordination with the Al-Awqaf Secretariat General organized a course for training citizens who are planning to get married. Family experts are running the two-day “wefaq” training course - giving guidelines on how to protect the family from break-up. — KUNA

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