Rohingya who fled Myanmar find refuge in Chicago

Muslim Rohingya who escaped deadly violence and persecution in Myanmar have found new homes in the United States.

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    Muslim Rohingya who escaped deadly violence and persecution in Myanmar have found new homes in the United States.

    One of the largest concentrations of Rohingya is in the US city of Chicago.

    Al Jazeera’s John Hendren reports from Chicago.


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