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but illegal foreigners are part of sponsored. explains ah, i'm british manager, welcome to d w. news asia. glad you could join us. the united states, european union and other western nations, have pledged to support efforts to secure justice and accountability for me and mars ringo muslims. 5 years back on this day, me and mars military began a brutal cracked down against the ringer. forcing some 740000 of them to flee to neighboring bung. lavish the you and later said me. and mars actions were driven by genocidal intent. the united states earlier this year called it a flat out genocide. most of the ringo ended up as refugees near the town of cox's bazaar in bangladesh. it now holds a 1000000 messages and bunker. this is hoping they will all eventually return to
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their own country. but the ringer remain in limbo court between an impossible dream to return to me and my and their reality as refugees in buying the others. did others zubair, emerald reports. ringo children learning the most national lent him even though their home country does not want them in the school in a bond with a she can, the refugees are trying to hold on to their culture and identity. the children also learn subjects such as english, math, and life skills. many fled here after the men mar, military, started a brutal campaign against the ringer in 2017 maturer, across the border with a family 5 years ago. when now do i had though i like life skills the most i
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i wake up in the morning and go to school after school. i go home and in the afternoon i go play and that i would when i grow up, i want to teach la la la miss, you're a leaves with their parents and 5 siblings in a heart, in the heels inside balk holly camp, her mother to smither begum is concerned about her kid's future. she recalls what she had to leave behind when she fled. ah, no one's an would all now that they are growing up, i'm stressed when i think about their future. nobody. when i think about my homeland, i get emotional love it. we were well off. we did not have her own land, but we had a cow, 3 goats, and a house on what i hear enough. all i hear her has been moment ship. he used to work in the farmlands back in myanmar, but here he hardly has any work. the coupled each laws to family members when the military went on a rampage. glad that
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a glad 1st we did not want to leave london. they opened fire and people were killed than bad when we left. they burned our houses to the ground, only thought there is no point staying here. we should flee to bangladesh. nadia lynette aggie all up a little while the mother and a barged into the area and shot my brother to death on bomb up then we laughed and they burned our houses while we were fleeing toward the border, they killed my brother in law at a mode on the last year, up all the megawatt of las, there are countless stories like these among chem precedence people here are living in limbo or limbo. that seems to never end 5 years after what has been called the biggest mass exodus abra linger to bangladesh. they want to rebuild their lives, but they have limited education and they can't go out of this campus. many of them tried to flee to other neighboring countries, but it, since nobody really wants them. bunger,
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this does provide support to the refugees. but they also stressed that the ringer must never forget. they will have to leave one day to come. the manriques heather, tell mother we are giving them humanitarian aid of our girls that they will return to their homeland if for example, in the learning centers, they sing the national anthem, but they're being told that this is not your country that you should go back a more detailed sheffield, this me the say, the know this very well the long for their motherland. but getting back dear will require much more than teaching them a patriotic song. jerome is the executive director of the bama human rights network. he drank me now from london. mister joe, in 5 years on from the exodus from me and mar other bohemia, other worlds. forgotten refugees. thanks for having me today. yes, exactly. this is what's happening to today. would you see up to 5 years,
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these people, the plate of total in your people's almost full of because of the different cries in the world today. but it doesn't mean the range genocide problem. it's all these people said, you know, said survivors, the trauma die, they need help. and i see that the ladies government has helped them. and you know, that's really grateful, but not allowing them that you cation is killing their souls. so international community need to highlight on that matter, your children and now growing without education, which is very, very dangerous. i just like to talk about the point of genocide that you did res. i mean, that is a word that has been used by the united states as well. what are the chances you think anyone will be held to account? i mean, this is the political will of international community look international justice system is not the legal system. and in countries, it is most of the politics involved here. so the political will of international
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community is very key here, given to here, and the fact that here. so we need the international company, the need to understand the failure. failure to send this jim, the genocidal generals to i. c. c is allowing them to commit further crime. as you see that if we take action effectively in 2012, we will see genocide in 2017 but we failed to take any action even in genocide, a general event in 2017 that also allow this general to keep everyone in the country to do like crime against humanity we are committing now. so each event we failed to put to take action. it's also giving a put, you need to do that criminal to take to comment and other crimes with more people. and then dec the crime be for making you see that not only one location is a nationwide. so that's what impact all the regional stability and safety and
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security and stability as well. the, the, me and my government has agreements with the both but others and the united nations to accept the return of the hang gap. but this hasn't happened. do you think it will ever happen? because that is what we human not organization. always crying about international community to tell, try to tell that any agreement the military is come. they'd never commit any, any, any agreement. look how many agreement they have with bung reddish government to rebut. create the senior people who are those who, you know, fled in previous years, indicate until it never happened. so do mcclintic diplomatic approach with the military. the game is always great. we cannot, we cannot negotiate with them. these are the criminal pugs. they need to be punished. they need to be probably just if they are not supposed to shake hands
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with the un lead of any individual leader, very damaging that we condemned that you're printing a pretty or grim picture. i have to ask you, is that at all a possibility of a secure future for the range? i mean now, as long as one thing we need to understand the growing people, the people who have determination, courage, you know, we have faith. we have a unity. we need to build up these people. these people has been suffered several decades, but even at least 67 decades under the military game, you know, oppressed by them. literally. everything has been taken away from them. so we need to build this community international community, need to do their best to try their best beloved community to stand on their own. they will find their way to return to home. they have the ability for them. i will have to leave at the for the timing, but thank you so much for joining us today. joe,
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in the executive director of the bama human rights park. and cuz i'm thinking the neighboring india hasn't been as supportive as bung others towards your refugees. some 40000 of them live in india, but officially india does not recognize them as refugees. even if the un does. that's because india is neither a signatory to the 1951 reference convention, nor does it have a national refugee policy. the result constant harassment for the ringer a makes. it shows her in southern deli, this is how most exile wrangle live across india, in dent or camps with no access to basic amenities. they're called the most persecuted minority in the world by the you and the indian government who has a different name for this community, illegal foreigners san g, they'll be gone, was forced to flee from young mar. years ago,
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she makes it clear that she and her community are refugees. this almera, i'm 29. why? and i've spent $22.00 of those years as a refugee about the doorway. i have 2 kids who are often asked me where they're homeless, where their country is. uh huh. but i cannot answer them there, sky edelman, she says it means her when her community is called illegal migrants. and at times even criminals and a threat to national security. these terms were back in the spotlight recently. the housing minister announced india would be moving the ro hinder to proper flats. the home ministry quickly denied that was the case. most of the people living here had refugee guards given to them by the you and hcr, the united nations high commissioner for refugees. but those guards had barely had them. it also does not help, but in the i does not have a national law or a policy to deal with refugees. it is also not
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a signatory to international laws that outlined refugee rights. lawyer colon gonzales, who has represented rockingham muslims in the past, says it is not entirely correct that the country does not have a legal framework for refugees. we have a perfectly legal framework in terms of the orders of the supreme court of india under our constitution or judgment of the supreme court operates like a statute that has the same status as a law made by parliament. you have lovely judgment so far so, so we have a perfect system. india doesn't want to formalize that system. that is what upsets muhammad haran. he has been living in discount for 12 years. you know, he's close to tears when he shows us his refugee god. and the long dome visa, one of the indian government, gave him the reason i'm truth, that he has been living here legally. they're not in the picture. i'm a martin,
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vera it rogers. we asked the government to let us stay here. florida falls in the way we have been living for so long a day. if the government here and the united nations can help us to get our rights back in myanmar. we will be ready to go back and when they are gone, i'm dying of up. like i don't many other routine. yeah. he'll have nearly given up hope several times. there. mean wish you means that at least their children get a chance at a better life. and there's more on the situation and muma on our website rebec tomorrow because you've been to buy ah, every day for us and for our planet. global ideas is on its way to bring you more conservation. how do
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