Rohingya refugees trapped and afraid in 'no man's land'

Thousands of Rohingya refugees have set up camp in an area known as 'no man's land' between Myanmar and Bangladesh.

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    Thousands of Rohingya refugees have set up camp in an area known as 'no man's land' between Myanmar and Bangladesh.

    The Bangladesh military won't allow aid agencies to operate inside the camp, which leaves the refugees in a vulnerable position.

    Some of the refugees told Al Jazeera that they feel trapped and afraid.

    Al Jazeera's Charles Stratford reports from Tumru, Bangladesh-Myanmar Border.


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