Desperation spreads in Rohingya camps as food stocks dwindle
Saturday, 9 September 2017 () COX’S BAZAR, Bangladesh (AP) — Rohingya refugees packed into camps and makeshift settlements in Bangladesh are becoming desperate for scant basic resources and dwindling supplies. Fights are erupting over food and water. Women and children are rubbing their bellies and begging for food. U.N. agencies estimate that more than a quarter-million Rohingya Muslims have flooded […]
Rohingya refugees fleeing conflict in Myanmar into Bangladesh could die from a lack of food, water and shelter unless the emergency response is stepped up, says Save the Children. Lucy Fielder reports.
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