Myanmar prisoners to be freed by the end of the year, but rights groups say they fear that prisoners will be returned to camps in Bangladesh, where some have been subjected to torture and rape.
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The United Nations special rapporteur for Myanmar has also raised concerns about the plight of Myanmar’s Rohingya Muslim minority after a UN human rights commission released a report about human rights abuses in the region.
US President Donald Trump has already spoken of possible steps to ease tensions in the region, as well as the refugee crisis.
In April, he said a US government position is: “We are not going to allow tens of thousands of Syrian refugees to enter our country and we are not going to allow a refugee crisis to destroy our country or affect our military".
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In January, the Trump administration launched new vetting policies for refugees coming from a number of countries, including from Syria.
In March, President Trump issued a temporary ban on travel to the US from several Muslim-majority nations.
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카지노 사이트Following his election victory in November, he announced that his administration would take executive action to ban the entry of all Muslims from several Muslim-majority countries.