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“They’re the world’s largest community of stateless people”—the Rohingya, 5 years after the pogrom

Also on the daily podcast: the railways that could transform central Asia and economic lessons from London’s miles-long queue

FIVE YEARS after a brutal campaign that drove nearly 750,000 out of Myanmar and into Bangladesh, conditions for the Muslim minority remain appalling on both sides of the border. Central Asian countries are laying plans for railways that would fill their coffers, distance Russia and empower China. And the economics lessons in London’s queue to see Queen Elizabeth II. Runtime: 24 min


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