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Daniele Hamamdjian: Monsoon Rains and Rohingya Muslims

daniele hamamdjian: CTV's Daniele Hamamdjian visited a congested camp inside Bangladesh, near the Myanmar border, according to CTV. It's a place where sheets of plastic are often the only protection from the sun, monsoon rains turn the ground into thick mud, and disease and violence are an ever-present danger. Since late August, more than 600,000 Rohingya Muslims and other minorities have chosen a bleak and uncertain future in a foreign land to escape what the United Nations has called a case of textbook ethnic cleansing, and the world's fastest growing refugee crisis. This is zero line. Col. You're in a no-man's land, Lt. ( As reported in the news.