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DHAKA/YANGON (Reuters) - The Bangladeshi government and the United Nations refugee agency on Sunday disputed Myanmar’s claim it had repatriated five members of a Rohingya family, saying neither the government of Bangladesh nor the aid agency had any involvement in any such repatriation. Abul Kalam, the Bangladeshi government’s Refugee Relief and Repatriation Commissioner, said a family of five who were in the Konarpara area in no man’s land between the two countries, had reentered Myanmar territory and had been taken to the reception center set up by Myanmar. “This is in no way a repatriation, rather it is propaganda,” he told Reuters. Separately, the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees (... Full story

15 April