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Body of evidence: Rohingya scars testify to Myanmar crackdown

In Bangladeshi refugee camps housing more than a million Rohingya refugees, Doctors without Borders says it has treated more than 2,600 patients for wounds inflicted by the Myanmar military such as bullet wounds, stabbings, and burns. The scars of the refugees tell the story of a military campaign which the UN has described as ethnic cleansing.

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Five years after Rana Plaza, Bangladeshi workers await justice

Bangladesh on Tuesday marks the fifth anniversary of one of the world’s worst industrial disasters, a building collapse that killed more than 1,130 workers and spotlighted the Western clothing brands benefiting from the country’s low wages. But there is mounting anger this anniversary over the glacial pace of the court case against those arrested in the aftermath of the tragedy.

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Kathmandu plane crash leaves dozens dead

At least 40 people were killed and 23 injured when a Bangladeshi plane crashed and burst into flames near Kathmandu airport on Monday, in the worst aviation disaster to hit Nepal in years.

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Bangladeshi passenger plane crashes near Kathmandu airport

A Bangladeshi passenger plane crashes near Kathmandu airport as it is coming in to land. IMAGES

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After 24 surgeries, Bangladesh ‘tree man’ relapses

A year ago Abul Bajandar, a Bangladeshi rickshaw-puller dubbed “tree-man” for the bark-like growths that once covered his body, appeared to have made a full recovery from the rare condition that has afflicted him for a decade. But twelve months after doctors declared him all but cured following 24 surgeries, Bajandar’s hands are once again covered in the growths that characterise his rare condition.

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Anti-Trump rally held in Bangladesh

Supporters of Islamist group Hefazot e Islam hold a rally in the Bangladeshi capital following US President Donald Trump’s decision to officially recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. IMAGES

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Registering The Rohingya & Roy Moore’s Apologists: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

This is the November 15, 2017 FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

Several women have now stepped forward to accuse Roy Moore, the Republican nominee for a Senate seat in Alabama, of sexual misconduct when they were teenagers and he was in his 30s. VICE News sits down with a group of Alabama residents to talk about Moore’s controversial candidacy and what it means for their state.

Mugabe is “safe and sound” under house arrest as his own political party dukes it out and “purges the criminals around him.” No violence on the streets and life goes on in Harare, but everyone asking ‘who’s in charge?’

China’s high profile fugitive and exiled billionaire, Guo Wengui, made his name when he launched sensational accusations of corruption against China’s top leaders on Twitter and Youtube. VICE News goes to his $68 million apartment overlooking Central Park in Manhattan to meet the China’s most wanted man.

Leonardo da Vinci’s painting Salvator Mundi, broke the world record for the most expensive work of art ever sold at auction at $450.3 million. VICE News went to Christie’s for a private viewing of Salvator Mundi with contemporary Brazilian artist Vik Muniz.

Plus, the Bangladeshi man helping document the Rohingya refugees on his own watch.

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Hungry and homeless: Rohingya stories from Bangladeshi camps

Hungry, homeless and haunted by the horrors of what they have witnessed in Myanmar, hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees have fled ethnic violence over the border into Bangladesh. In the sprawling refugee camps of Cox’s Bazar, they say they face acute shortages of shelter, water, healthcare and sanitation.

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European dream becomes nightmare mirage for Bangladeshis

Tortured, sold as a slave three times and haunted with guilt after watching his cousin drown, Bangladeshi teenager Khaled Hossain fears he will never recover from the trauma of his failed attempt to reach Europe.

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Mass cholera vaccinations begin in Rohingya camps

Megaphone in hand, Bangladeshi volunteer Mehruz Rehman goes around refugee camps in southeast Bangladesh, urging Rohingyas refugees to get vaccinated against cholera. IMAGES