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Bangladesh: Rohingya Face Monsoon Floods, Landslides

Expand Rohingya refugees walk in the rain during monsoon season in Jamtoli refugee camp, Bangladesh, June 26, 2018.   © 2018 AP Photo   (New York, July 12, 2019) – Rohingya refugees in crowded camps in Bangladesh are at serious risk of displacement and injury from monsoon flooding and landslides, Human Rights Watch said today. Since early July 2019, flooding and landslides have displaced nearly 6,000 refugees in the camps near Cox’s Bazar, damaged over 3,500 shelters, and killed two people, including a child. The International Organization for Migration reported over 400 landslides, 60 windstorms,…

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