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Virtual reality brings refugee crisis home

Every year, Canada welcomes thousands of refugees who, after fleeing their home countries, may have languished for years in overcrowded camps or faced harrowing journeys. The Balukhali refugee camp (above) in Bangladesh is home to thousands of Rohingya refugees fleeing from Myanmar, where they are being killed by the military because of their ethnicity and religion. (Wong Maye-E / The Assocaited Press)</p>

Every year, Canada welcomes thousands of refugees who, after fleeing their home countries, may have languished for years in overcrowded camps or faced harrowing journeys. The Balukhali refugee camp (above) in Bangladesh is home to thousands of Rohingya refugees fleeing from Myanmar, where they are being killed by the military because of their ethnicity and religion. (Wong Maye-E / The Assocaited Press)

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