This is where about 4,600 displaced Rohingya spend their day to day lives.
The camp is located in no-man’s land on the Myanmar-Bangladesh border, known to the locals as zero point.
We went to no-man’s land near the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. Here’s what we saw.
Posted by Al Jazeera English on Sunday, 5 August 2018
They are unable to return to their home country that persecutes them and, instead, are stuck in overcrowded camps in a country that wants nothing more than to send them back.
In their temporary camps, Rohingyas lack food supplies, are vulnerable to contract diseases, and fall prey to human trafficking.
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