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'Now they can chase their dreams': Bangladesh allows Rohingya children to study
by Ruma Paul
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2 February 2020
On 2 February 2020 Reuters reported:
Rohingya refugees reacted with surprise and joy on Wednesday [29 January] to the news that Bangladesh would provide formal education to their children, two and a half years after they were forced to flee Myanmar. Human rights groups have long campaigned for the nearly half a million effectively stateless Rohingya children in Bangladesh's refugee camps to be allowed access to quality education.
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'I'm so excited. This is so good. I can't express my happiness,' Mohammed Zobayer, 19, said by phone when Reuters told him about the decision, taken this week but not formally announced.
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