A fire tore through a Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh on Thursday, leaving no casualties but destroying more than 550 shanty homes.
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Mangroves from Myanmar are illegally harvested and converted into charcoal that is sent to Thailand before it’s sold to China, South Korea, Japan, Malaysia and Indonesia by sea.
The Arakan Army, which is locked in a vicious fight with the Tatmadaw will not "get peace by praying", its commander said as he vowed his forces would fight on.