UN: Rohingya face world’s most urgent refugee crisis

The United Nations says violence against Rohingya women and children in Myanmar's Rakhine state may amount to crimes against humanity.

    The United Nations says violence against Rohingya women and children in Myanmar's Rakhine state may amount to crimes against humanity.

    Aid workers say more than 500,000 people who crossed into Bangladesh are in dire need of help.

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Jamjoom reports from a camp in Cox's Bazar, where conditions for the refugees are becoming worse.

    Warning: This report contains some distressing images.


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