Since the end of August 2017, more than 600,000 rohingyas have been fleeing from Myanmar.
The UN talks about classic examples of ethnic cleansing and refugees themselves, telling about rape, murder and small children being taken out of their parents' arms and thrown into a fire.
Satellite images show entire villages set on fire.
The rohingyas has been under pressure for many years in Myanmar. Before this year’s crisis, there were already around 300,000 rohingyas in refugee camps in Bangladesh.
Myanmar consider the rohingyas for illegal immigrants, despite having lived in the country for many generations.
Even though the rohingyas is now safe in Bangladesh, new danger is being eroded. Epidemics like cholera can break out and are difficult to control when hundreds of thousands live without clean water and proper sanitation.
There is a lot of work for the world's relief agencies, many years into the future.
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