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Inside 'abandoned' Rohingya camp

The United Nations has warned the lack of health care in camps for displaced people in the west of Myanmar has developed into a "very serious situation".

Seven weeks ago members of the local Buddhist community in Rakhine state attacked international aid agencies, accusing them of favouring a Muslim minority called the Rohingya.

The aid agencies were forced to leave the state and Rohingya are now dying because they have no access to medicine or hospitals.

Jonah Fisher visited the Kyein Nyi Pyin camp to see conditions for the displaced people living there.

  • 02 Jun 2014
  • From the section Asia
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