Burma's Rohingya Muslim minority, who live mainly in the west of the country by the border with India, are facing extinction according to Cutting Edge News:
A few years ago, the UNHCR [Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees] forcibly repatriated at least 230,000 Rohingyas back to Burma, but many have returned, unable to survive in their homeland. One refugee said: “As long as human rights abuses continue in Burma, we cannot go back. We are caught between a crocodile and a snake. Where can we go?” Another expressed their dilemma, and statelessness, equally starkly: “The Bangladesh authorities say we are from Burma. The Burmese regime says we are Bengali.