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Rohingya: The world's most forgotten people
More than 300,000 from Myanmar live in makeshift camps along its border with Bangladesh as unregistered refugees.
Last Modified: 22 Jul 2012 15:38

This is what the Bangladeshi authorities do not want you to see: 300,000 Muslim Rohingya refugees from Myanmar living in makeshift camps along its border.

Officially, Bangladeshi authorities do not recognise their existence, but in reality they are tolerated and are known as unregistered refugees.

Nicolas Haque reports.

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