21st-Century Concentration Camps | Nicholas Kristof | The New York Times





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Published on Jun 16, 2014

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Nicholas Kristof travels to Myanmar, where the Buddhist majority confines a million Muslims to camps and villages — deprived of jobs, schools, doctors and even life itself. Why is the world silent?

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21st-Century Concentration Camps | Nicholas Kristof | The New York Times


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