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Delhi’s Rohingya refugees under threat

The humanitarian crisis over Myanmar’s Muslim Rohingya minority is worsening as India threatens to deport Rohingya refugees. DW’s Sonia Phalnikar revisited one refugee in Delhi to see how he’s been coping with the situation.

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