Rohingya Exodus

  • Photographer
    K M Asad
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    3rd Place / Deeper Perspective/Deeper Perspective

Rohingya refugees, fled from Myanmar?s Rakhine state on 25 August 2017. Since then, over 10,00,000 Rohingya have been forced from their homes by the Myanmar Army and police. More than 9,00,000 Rohingya are refugees, having fled Myanmar to neighbouring states, primarily Bangladesh. Myanmar?s government, which does not recognize the Rohingya as citizens or as one of the country?s 135 ethnic groups, has been accused by the United Nations of significant human rights violations against the Rohingya, including mass killings, gang rapes, infanticide and forced deportation.

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Rohingya refugees, fled from Myanmar’s Rakhine state on 25 August 2017. Since then, over 10,00,000 Rohingya have been forced from their homes by the Myanmar Army and police. More than 9,00,000 Rohingya are refugees, having fled Myanmar to neighbouring states, primarily Bangladesh. Myanmar’s government, which does not recognize the Rohingya as citizens or as one of the country’s 135 ethnic groups, has been accused by the United Nations of significant human rights violations against the Rohingya, including mass killings, gang rapes, infanticide and forced deportation.

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