"Over 270 000 rohingyer have registered and received id cards by the bangladeshi authorities in cooperation with UNHCR, reports the UN refugee agency."
"Around one million rohingyer living in crowded refugee camps in Cox's Bazaar in Bangladesh. The majority of them, around 700 000 people, have fled from Myanmar. The purpose of the register is to facilitate the for those who in the future want to return home, according to the UNHCR."
"the Id cards and the registration is also intended to strengthen the situation of the rohingyer who have lived in Bangladesh since generations, but that after a change in the law in 1982 to be regarded as stateless."
"The rohingya minority of the UN described as one of the world's most persecuted peoples. Between August and October 2017, performed the military in Myanmar, the ruthless attacks against rohingyer in the region of Rakhine, which gave rise to a wave of refugees to Bangladesh. UN investigators believe that the massacres and rapes were carried out with genocide as the intent."