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Rohingya targeted as coronavirus stokes xenophobia in M'sia

Reuters

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Modified 23 May 2020, 2:04 am
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Eleyas, a Rohingya Muslim, fled to Malaysia six years ago, seeking a safe haven from persecution in Myanmar.

Now he has been fired from his job by a boss who told him it was because of his origins and he is scared to leave his home in fear of arrest or harassment.

“I want to find a new job, but it’s not safe. We’re all just staying at home,” Eleyas, 38...

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