Rohingya reflect: Six months since Myanmar exodus

Hundreds of Rohingya Muslims are still pouring over Myanmar border into Bangladesh every week, bringing accounts of torture and murder, six months after a military crackdown sparked the massive refugee crisis.

    Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh are living day-to-day, six months on since the start of a brutal crackdown by the Myanmar military.

    The United Nations has condemned the atrocities, calling them a textbook case of ethnic cleansing.

    Nearly 700,000 Rohingya have crossed the border into Bangladesh since August.

    We tracked down some of those we met when the exodus began.

    Al Jazeera's Charlotte Bellis reports.


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