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Rohingya refugee woman and children walk to the shore after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border by boat through the Bay of Bengal in Teknaf, Bangladesh, on September 5. Photo: Reuters
Rohingya Muslims in a refugee camp carry body of 68-year old Asad Ali who was killed by Myanmar military. Photo: AFP
Displaced Rohingya women and children sit in a makeshift shelter in a mountain in Ukhia, a no-man’s land between Bangladesh and Burma, on September 4. Photo: AFP
A Rohingya family reaches the Bangladesh border after crossing a creek of the Naf river, on the border with Burma, near the town of Cox’s Bazar, on September 5. Photo: AP
Rohingya refugees have their breakfast in Kutupalong Makeshift Refugee Camp in Cox's Bazar. Photo: Reuters
Rohingya refugees reach out their hands to grab aid packages in Cox's Bazar. Photo: Reuters
Smoke billows above what is believed to be a burning village in Rakhine state of Myanamr as Rohingya people take shelter in a no-man’s land between Bangladesh and Burma in Ukhia on September 4. Photo: AFP
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