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KHAWAJA UMER FAROOQ
by on October 23, 2017
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Rohingya refugees react as aid is distributed in a camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. As thousands of Rohingya refugees, fleeing their homeland, cross the border at Cox's Bazar each day, Bangladesh stares at a massive crisis with aid agencies falling severely short of drinking water and other essential supplies. With a continuous drizzle across Cox's Bazar and an estimated 2.15 lakh people forced to live in the open, international aid organisations fear a spread of water-borne diseases soon. Though they managed to dodge swords, bullets and petrol bombs while escaping a ruthless ethnic cleansing in Myanmar, the hapless refugees now find themselves to be the target of hunger and diseases.

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