CELEBRATING 15 YEARS OF EXCEPTIONAL JOURNALISM
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Government policies forced Rohingya and other newcomers into crowded living conditions. Then the coronavirus arrived, and the country realized it had a problem.
After escaping violent persecution in Myanmar, a small Rohingya Muslim community found a toehold in Nepal. Half of those families must find a new place to live when their lease ends this fall. It won’t be easy.
Pastors in the former Hindu kingdom allege authorities unfairly accuse them of breaking a law that bans proselytizing.
Photo by Yam Kumari Kandel, GPJ Nepal
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