No food and shelter for Rohingya crossing into Bangladesh

Official UN refugee camps in Bangladesh are overflowing and provisions are in short supply. After a five-day journey on foot, most Rohingya refugees cross the border to find no food or shelter.

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    Official UN refugee camps in Bangladesh are overflowing and provisions are in short supply.

    After a five-day journey on foot, most Rohingya refugees cross the border to find no food or shelter.

    There are now makeshift camps and settlements along the roads, where the refugees have to fend for themselves.

    Al Jazeera's Divya Gopalan reports from Bangladesh.


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