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The Myawaddy is a city in southeast Myanmar, in the state of Kayin, near the border to Thailand. Wellcome to Friends of the Children Myanmar. The FCM is a charity dedicated to the welfare of Myanmar's orphaned and abandoned children. Here you will find all the information and travel resources you need to plan a trip to Myanmar. Doctors say Rohingya scars are "very consistent" with Myanmar's atrocities reports.

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Aung San Suu Kyi, a former Nobel Peace Prize winner and former Nobel Peace Prize winner, and her NLD led to the formation of a nationwide administration in early 2016. Since Myanmar is open to Western companies and governments, it is an inestimable resource for further research and the first point of contact for scientists, academics, college graduates and senior politicians working in Myanmar and Asia.

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More than 123,000 Rohingya refugees flee violence in Myanmar

The Rohingya Muslims who flee violent attacks and devour their Myanmar houses go on a day-long quest for security in Bangladesh. A waft of smokes over a presumably burnt town in Rakhine State, Myanmar, as members of the Rohingya Islamic minorities seek refuge in a no man's country between Bangladesh and Myanmar in Ukhia on September 4, 2017.

The Rohingya Muslims have escaped from Myanmar's north-western Rakhine state to Bangladesh since the attack began on 25 August, when Rohingya rebels raided a dozen policemen and a military outpost. The United Nations Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, on Tuesday called on Myanmar's government to end the violent attacks on Rohingya Muslims in Rakhine State and warned of the danger of ethnical purges and destabilisation in the region.

The Rohingya escapees are standing outside in strong rains, as they will be detained on 31 August in Teknaf, Bangladesh, by the Bangladesh Boarder Guard (BGB). Bangladesh, one of the worlds impoverished and most populous countries, is planning to continue developing an insulated, flood-prone Bengalese Gulf to accommodate provisionally ten thousand Rohingya Muslims who flee the violent situation in neighbouring Myanmar, say official.

The Rohingya are not welcome, Dhaka says, and has asked frontier patrols to force back those who try to invade the land unlawfully. However, almost 125,000 Rohingya invaded Bangladesh in just 10 working day and joined more than 400,000 others who already live there in small temporary shelters. On September 4, an aggrieved older lady and her family hurry with a car trickshaw to a near the frontier city Kutupalong, Bangladesh, to a clinic where she met a land mine that blown away her right foot while trying to get to Bangladesh.

Rohingya traverses a barbed wire barrier near Ukhia, near the Bangladesh- Myanmar frontier, as she escapes on September 4. Fugitives pass through paddy paddies after they crossed the Bangladesh frontier near Cox's Bazar's Teknaf area on September 5th. One Rohingya couple crossed the Bangladesh frontier after having crossed a stream of the Naf on the Myanmmar frontier in the Teknaf area of Cox's Bazar on 5 September.

One member of the Bangladesh Bordeaux Guard (BGB) told a Rohingya gal not to go to the Bangladeshi side of the frontier in Cox's Bazar on 27 August. The new Rohingya refugee wife watches as she awaits on August 30th near the provisional Kutupalang asylum centre in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.

Rohingya woman and child internally-displaced in an interim dugout in a hill in Ukhia between Bangladesh and Myanmar on September 4. The Rohingya people are building new shelters near the Kutupalang Childrens Camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, September 4. The temporary shelters at Cox's Bazar, in southeastern Bangladesh, have been growing so fast that they have run out of room - even for the small tarp and trellis huts that the Rohingya escapees normally have.

One Rohingya fugitive is holding a newborn child after he arrives on 5 September in a shelter near the city of Teknaf, near Bagladhi. New arrivals are struggling for supplies that will be given out by Bangladesh nationals near Cox's Bazar's Gundum on September 3.

Kissing his mom while resting after moving from Myanmar to the Bangladeshi side of the boarder near Cox's Bazar's Teknaf area on September 2.

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