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Rohingya crisis: 'Persecution' could be used by IS group to fight the West, Julie Bishop warns  fa  nl

Terrorist groups like Islamic State could gain a foothold in South-East Asia if violence continues against ethnic minorities in Myanmar , Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has warned. It is believed more than half-a-million Rohingya Muslims have fled persecution in Myanmar's Rakhine state.

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