Rohingya crisis: Volunteers document survivor stories

A group of young Rohingya refugees speak up and fight for justice.

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    The International Criminal Court is looking into whether the persecution of the Rohingya by Myanmar’s government warrants an investigation.

    A group of young Rohingya refugees say they've been fighting for justice ever since they fled along with hundreds of thousands in August 2017.

     

    Al Jazeera's Stefanie Dekker reports from Cox's Bazar, where she met the volunteers piecing together survivors’ stories.


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