Myanmar's Rohingya stranded near Bangladesh border

Thousands of Muslim Rohingya civilians who fled their homes due to a military crackdown in Myanmar are stranded near the country's border with Bangladesh.

    Thousands of Muslim Rohingya civilians who fled their homes due to a military crackdown in Myanmar are stranded near the country's border with Bangladesh. It follows a series of violent incidents in Rakhine state, where there has been fighting between armed Rohingya groups and security forces.

    Al Jazeera's Duncan Crawford reports.


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