Bangladesh: Refugees continue to flee Myanmar into Cox's Bazar camp

Rohingya families continue to flee prosecution in Myanmar into Cox's Bazaar refugee camp in neighbouring Bangladesh, which now hosts over 900 000 people, footage filmed on Thursday shows. One woman, Moyjuna Begum, explained her reasons for leaving. «We couldn't go to the market to shop. And when people saw us, we were robbed, then kicked and beaten. After that they would let us go. We couldn't... Еще stay, we couldn't eat. That's why we came to you here,» Begum said. Another, Jomila Putuni, explained that she had lost her daughter. «The shooting started in Pook Para, next to Maungdaw. Our daughter was headed to the market, but she got lost,» Putini said, and continued «Where she's gone or whether someone took her, I really don't know. I don't know whether she's been killed. She's 7 years old.» The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) have established a primary health care centre in the area, where services are provided to women, including clinical management of rape, family planning, birth, and psycho-social support. MANDATORY ON-SCREEN CREDIT: © UNHCR, News Usage Only

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