Leaders of India, Myanmar, Bangladesh and other Asian nations are gathering in Nepal today for a multilateral summit, but the most pressing regional issue didn’t even make it onto the agenda: The Rohingya crisis the United Nations said may amount to genocide.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina are among those attending the technical cooperation meeting in Kathmandu with Myanmar’s President Win Myint, one year after security forces launched a campaign against Myanmar’s Muslim Rohingya minority. The military drove more than 700,000 people into neighboring Bangladesh, where they’re now living in vast refugee camps.  Continue reading at Bloomberg.

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