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Bangladesh, Myanmar to start returning Rohingya in November

Bangladesh and Myanmar agreed on Tuesday to start returning Rohingya refugees in November, less than a week after UN investigators warned that a genocide against the Muslim minority was still ongoing.

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Police: Sellers and buyers of fireworks to be prosecuted

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