Rohingya Crisis

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An aerial view of the worlds largest refugeecamp Kutupalong near Cox's Bazar; Bangladesh. An estimated 830.000 are currently living the this and the surrounding satelite camps. Since 25th August an estimated 630.000 Rohingyas have fleed violence in Myanmar.
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Inus Safa (3) sleeps in her makeshift tent in Kutupalong refugeecamp; Bangladesh. She fled Myanmar with her family of 8. Since 25th August 2017 an estimated 630.000 Rohingya refugees have fleed violence in the Rakhine State in north Myanmar.
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Rohingyan men carrying the body of Dil Muhammad towards his grave at the Balukhali refugeecamp. Muhammad died from unknown disease. Since 25th August 2017 an estimated 630.000 Rohingya refugees have fleed violence in the Rakhine State in north Myanmar.
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Rohingyan women and children line up at a local NGO in what is refered to as No Mans Land, a small strip of land in between Myanmar and Bangladesh where 6000 refugees are currently settled in makeshift tent.
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Fatima Khatun (65), holds on to the only belonging she was able to bring from Myanmar as they were forced to flee their home due to Military violence and what the UN have said to be a textbook example of ethnic cleansing. Since 25th August 2017 an estimated 630.000 Rohingya refugees have fleed violence in the Rakhine State in north Myanmar.
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Harun Rashid sits in his Uncles makeshift shelter in Kutupalong refugeecamp. Harun fled his hometown of Serkum Bar, Moungdow on 31st August 2017 as Myanmar military attacked and burned the houses. While running out of the house their mother was hit by gunfire and killed instantly. He now lives with his sister and their uncle.
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A military man threatens Rohingya refugees at a emergency aid. Often the desperate need for food sparks small riots in the queing system and the military have to enforce power. Since 25th August 2017 an estimated 630.000 Rohingya refugees have fleed violence in the Rakhine State in north Myanmar.
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As fighting and pushing erupts in the que at the emergency relief station Rohingya women fight for their spot in the que. Often the women will stand for up to 8 hours in the scortching sun hoping to get their rations, and often they will have to fight for the place in the que. Since 25th August 2017 an estimated 630.000 Rohingya refugees have fleed violence in the Rakhine State in north Myanmar.
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Rohingya refugees sit under the shade waiting to have their tokens converted into life vital food, oil, lentils and water. Often they will stand outside for up to 8 hours in the scortching sun hoping to get their rations, and often they will have to fight for the place in the que. Since 25th August 2017 an estimated 630.000 Rohingya refugees have fleed violence in the Rakhine State in north Myanmar.
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Friday prayer at the local bambue mosque in Kutupalong. In Myanmar they Rohingya muslims could not practice their religion due to strict apartheid rules of the Police and Military, so having fleed to safety in Bangladesh they have built makeshift mosques and again have started gathering, praying and practicing their beliefs. Since 25th August 2017 an estimated 630.000 Rohingya refugees have fleed violence in the Rakhine State in north Myanmar.