Rohingya surviving in 'the world's largest refugee camp'

Bangladesh's Kutupalong Camp is home to one million Rohingya refugees who fled Myanmar's devastating military crackdown.

    Monsoon season is under way in Bangladesh's Kutupalong Camp, home to one million Rohingya refugees.

    It became the world's largest refugee camp last year, as the mostly Muslim Rohingya fled a military crackdown in neighboring Myanmar.

     

    Al Jazeera's Charlotte Bellis reports one family who now calls Kutupalong home.


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