Rohingya refugees struggle to survive heavy rains in Bangladesh

Rohingya who have escaped to Bangladesh to flee violence in Myanmar's Rakhine state are having to deal with heavy flooding. Torrential rain over the past few days has flooded fields where some of those escaping Myanmar have set up shelters.

    Rohingya who have escaped to Bangladesh to flee violence in Myanmar's Rakhine state are having to deal with heavy flooding.

    Torrential rain over the past few days has flooded fields where some of those escaping Myanmar have set up shelters.

    Al Jazeera's Tanvir Chowdhury reports from Cox's Bazar.


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