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European Union may impose Sanctions against Myanmar over Rohingya Crisis

European Union may impose Sanctions against Myanmar over Rohingya Crisis

At least 14 Rohingya refugees, a lot of them children, drowned and scores more were missing Monday after their overloaded boat capsized in the latest tragedy to strike those fleeing violence in Myanmar.

Since Aug. 25, when the military launched a crackdown against Rohingya militants, 515,000 Rohingya have crossed from Myanmar's western state of Rakhine into Bangladesh, according to the United Nations.

Authorities in Bangladesh said the boat was carrying between 60 and 100 people when it overturned and sank late Sunday in rough seas.

He said thousands of Bangladeshis living near the refugee camps would also be vaccinated.

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It triggered a fresh influx of refugees towards neighboring Bangladesh, though the country sealed off its border to refugees.

Bishop Vasquez said the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops and its Migration and Refugee Services has resettled some Rohingya people in the U.S., but that the need was greater than the ability of any one country can meet.

Hasina said the government was pursuing a plan to build temporary shelters for the Rohingya on an island with the help of global aid agencies whom she praised for their support.

"The new arrivals have now been moved away from the border areas into established camps and settlements in the Kutupalong and Balukhali area. This is our fate", said Gulbahar, a Rohingya refugee standing in line to get vaccinated who uses one name.

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It the second biggest such campaign ever, after 800,000 people were immunised against the disease in Haiti in November. "The second round will commence on October 31 and will target 250,000 children between one and five years with an additional dose of the vaccine for added protection", the World Health Organization said in a statement.

But aid workers are circumspect about how much they can do to protect from epidemics in camps that are bursting at the seams. The Dhaka Tribune newspaper said Jewel, a teacher in a madrassa or religious school, fell in love with Rafiza after her family fled the latest bout of violence in Myanmar and took refuge at a cleric's house in Singair.

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