With a stroke of red pen, Myanmar's Rohingya fear losing right to return
Annual household survey conducted in Muslim areas of NW Myanmar
75,000 Rohingya have fled to Bangladesh to escape violence
Those marked off lists could face charges if they try to return
Myanmar says lists not finalised, not trying to expel Rohingya
Thousands of buildings in Rohingya areas marked for demolition
By Simon Lewis and Wa Lone
SITTWE, Myanmar, March 16 (Reuters) - Since security forces swept into their villages in northwestern Myanmar late last year, around 75,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled across the nearby border to Bangladesh. Many now fear that the authorities in Myanmar could make their displacement permanent.
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