Rohingya suffer in Bangladesh camps

Most of them living in makeshift homes, unrecognised, and unwanted.

    The construction of a barbed wire fence along Myanmar's border with Bangladesh has only increased the suffering of the Muslim Rohingya minority.

    Hundreds of thousands have fled to Bangladesh, with most of them living in makeshift camps, unrecognised, and unwanted.

    In this second part of his two-part series on the plight of the Rohingya, Nicolas Haque reports from Teknaf, on Bangladesh's border with Myanmar.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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