UN says 14,000 Rohingya children may die from malnutrition

As the Rohingya exodus from Myanmar nears 600,000 people, the United Nations has issued a new report on children caught in the crisis.

    As the Rohingya exodus from Myanmar nears 600,000 people, the United Nations has issued a new report on children caught in the crisis.

    The UN says more than 14,000 are at risk of dying from malnutrition in the refugee camps they now call home in Bangladesh.

    Al Jazeera visited a mobile health clinic in the Balukhali refugee camp, on the border between Bangladesh and Myanmar.

    Al Jazeera's Charlotte Bellis reports.


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