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100 faces of Rohingya refugees

Ultimate August, the federal government of Myanmar introduced a brutal crackdown at the Rohingya in Rakhine State.

Some 700,000 Rohingya have fled Rakhine to Bangladesh since then.
Maximum of them now are living in overcrowded, squalid refugee camps at the border.

Just about each and every Rohingya refugee has a tale this is not anything lower than a nightmare.

The violence is described as a “textbook instance of ethnic cleaning” via the UN, which has documented allegations of standard killings, sexual violence and different abuse.

Al Jazeera photojournalist Showkat Shafi travelled to Bangladesh to fulfill the Rohingya residing in refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar.

He got here again with 100 surprising portraits of Rohingya who endure the scars of what they went via and are surviving towards all odds.

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