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Rohingya migrant: I have to beg for food and money

More than a quarter of a million Rohingya Muslims are thought to be in Bangladesh.

Most of them are originally from Myanmar's Rakhine state, but left in search of a better life.

BBC south Asia correspondent Justin Rowlatt met some in near the border in southern Bangladesh and heard what drove them to undertake a risky migration.

  • 02 Jun 2015
  • From the section Asia
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