Rohingya families torn apart by Myanmar crisis

Families are being torn apart amid reported atrocities in Myanmar's Rakhine state. Many of the Rohingya civilians who are fleeing to Bangladesh are being forced to leave behind elderly relatives who were not fit enough to make the journey.

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    Families are being torn apart amid reported atrocities in Myanmar's Rakhine state. Many of the Rohingya civilians who are fleeing to Bangladesh are being forced to leave behind elderly relatives who were not fit enough to make the journey.

     

    Al Jazeera's Divya Gopalan reports from the Naf River on the border with Bangladesh.


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