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What life is like on the border of Myanmar and Bangladesh, where a UN-labeled ‘genocide’ has left 1 million refugees living in limbo

A Myanmar security personnel keeps watch along the Myanmar-Bangladesh border as Rohingya refugee sit outside their makeshifts shelters near Tombru, in the Bangladeshi district of Bandarban on March 1, 201

  • Myanmar and Bangladesh are divided by the Naf River.
  • Below the river, Rakhine State in Myanmar has been a place of conflict for decades. The Rohingya people, who lived there, have not been recognized as citizens since 1982.
  • This is what life on the border looks like on the ground.
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Dividing Myanmar and Bangladesh is the Naf river. At times, it’s 2 miles wide.

Below the Naf river, the Rakhine State in Myanmar has been a place of conflict for decades. The Rohingya people, who lived there, have not recognized as citizens since 1982.

In August 2017, Rohingya read more >>>

Source : BusinessInsider.Com





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