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Short Answer The claim "Rohingya is a Bengali dialect" cannot be meaningfully proven due to difficulties in defining what constitutes a dialect and what constitutes a language. But it is safe to say "Rohingya is a member of a dialect continuum that includes Bengali". Long Answer Rohingya is classified as a part of Bengali-Assamese languages. As such, it ...


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The ultimate source(s) of the numbers can be easily found in the Wikipedia article (which is well referenced): A doctor at a rehabilitation centre in Dhaka reported 170,000 abortions of pregnancies caused by the rapes, and the births of 30,000 war babies during the first three months of 1972.[81] Dr. Geoffrey Davis, an Australian doctor and abortion ...


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We obviously cannot know the future, but on what analysis is the minister's statement based? The following was stated in the Bangladesh Climate Change Strategy and Action Plan of 2008: If sea level rise is higher than currently expected, and coastal polders are not strengthened and/or new ones built, six to eight million people could be displaced ...


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Rohingya language: It is related to the Chittagonian language spoken in the neighboring southeastern Chittagong Division of Bangladesh See also the 1799 article A Comparative Vocabulary of Some of the Languages Spoken in the Burma Empire. Asiatic Researches 5: 219-240 See also number 62 here: http://www.ethnologue.com/18/map/MM_c/ and see this map http:...


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