Drawings by Rohingya children reveal the horrific experiences

A quarter of a million Rohingya children have fled Myanmar since the latest outbreak of violence last month. Many have a hard time speaking about what they've seen. Instead, they draw pictures to help cope with horrific scenes they’ve experienced.

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    A quarter of a million Rohingya children have fled Myanmar since the latest outbreak of violence began a month ago.

    Many more continue to cross the border into Bangladesh every day.

    Many are alone, have nothing and some have a hard time speaking about what they've seen. Instead, they draw pictures to help cope with the horrific scenes they've experienced and witnessed.

    Al Jazeera's Nicolas Haque reports from the Kutapalong refugee camp in Bangladesh.

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