Rohingya demand justice a year after fleeing Myanmar

Al Jazeera speaks to one Rohingya activist who is urging fellow Rohingya refugees in Cox's Bazar to begin demanding their rights and seek justice one year on from attacks that sent them fleeing to safety in Bangladesh.

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    One year ago today, a fierce crackdown by Myanmar's army forced hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees to escape to safety in neighbouring Bangladesh.

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Jamjoom met one Rohingya activist in Cox's Bazar who is urging his fellow refugees to seek justice.


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