GENEVA – The UN Human Rights Chief says the Bangladesh government should abandon plans to repatriate more than 2,200 Muslims from Rohingya to Myanmar, as such a move would endanger their lives strongest representative of a UN official on the planned return of some Rohingya to Myanmar. More than 700,000 people fled Myanmar during a security race from August 2017. [Bachelet'sofficesaidonTuesdaythattherewillcontinuetobereportsofviolationsinMyanmar'snorthernRakhinestate"theallegedkillingsenforceddisappearancesandarbitraryarrests"About130000peopleincludingmanyRohingyaremaininternallydisplacedinthecenterofRakhine
UNHCR advised against returning and said on Monday that security had to be checked first. However, the repatriation plans have not been discontinued.
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