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Resource May 23, 2018

Meet the Journalists: Phil Caller and Tania Rashid

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Bangladesh plans to repatriate hundreds of thousands of Rohingyas back to Myanmar, as part of a...

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Rohingya sex worker, Cox's Bazar Photo Credit: Phil Caller

Special correspondent Tania Rashid and filmmaker Phil Caller produced three video reports about the Rohingya Refugee Crisis for PBS NewsHour.

Over a million Rohingya Muslim refugees, the majority of them women and girls, wait in camps in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, for the political deal that will allow a return back to their homeland in Rakhine state, Myanmar. Insecurity and poverty pressure many Rohingya families to marry their daughters off underage, while many other poor women are vulnerable to human trafficking.

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