Bangladesh has biggest Rohingya refugee influx in two decades

Huge numbers of Rohingya refugees from Myanmar have been crossing the border to Bangladesh. Now the Bangladeshi government has started a census to find out exactly how many Rohingya are living there.

    Huge numbers of Rohingya refugees from Myanmar have been crossing the border to Bangladesh.

    Now the Bangladeshi government has started a census to find out exactly how many Rohingya are living there.

    Al Jazeera’s Maher Sattar reports from Kutupalong refugee camp in southeast Bangladesh.


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