Rohingya repatriation up in the air

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More than 2,200 Rohingya refugees are set to be repatriated back to Myanmar, the country where a genocide took place against them.
The UN refugee agency and 40+ international NGOs are pleading with the Bangladesh government to halt the return, saying it is not yet safe to send them back and it violates international law.
Our correspondent Molly Thomas was recently on the ground in Bangladesh to see the situation in the world’s largest refugee camp — she speaks with our partner World Vision Canada, who is starkly opposing this early repatriation.

See Molly’s full reports from Bangladesh here:

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Molly Thomas is an award winning TV Host/Correspondent/Producer from Regina, SK who now resides in Toronto, ON. During her career, she has worked for all three major networks in Canada and the Rwandan national news station abroad. Her most recent international projects have been with the faith-based, current affairs show Context with Lorna Dueck. During her career, Molly has reported from Somalia, Turkey, Iraq, Jordan, Haiti, France, England, Rwanda, Uganda and New York. She speaks at various conferences and panels on her journalistic pursuits. In 2015, she finished an MA in Global Affairs at the Munk School, University of Toronto. In her spare time, she MCs several charity events, teaches Zumba, loves to eat wings, and is always up for a competitive game of basketball!