Rohingya refugee students, teachers slam Bangladesh school shutdown

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Rohingya refugee students and teachers in Bangladeshi camps are speaking out after their last private school was shut down by local authorities.
The United Nations says there is no schooling available for those above the age of 14.
Human Rights Watch says officials are threatening to confiscate Rohingya identity cards and forcibly relocate them if they violate a ban on refugee-led schools.
Al Jazeera's Laura Burdon-Manley reports.

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