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Neighbouring Bangladesh: Refugee Camps and Danger Rain

neighbouring bangladesh: They have fled Myanmar, their homeland, to find shelter in sprawling refugee camps in neighbouring Bangladesh, according to The Chronicle Herald. Now there's a new danger rain. They have escaped mobs that stormed through their villages, killing and raping and burning. The annual monsoon will soon sweep through the immense camps where some 700,000 Rohingya Muslims have lived since last year, when they poured across the border in search of safety. I will not be able to light a fire. The clusters of bamboo and plastic huts, built along endless waves of steep hills, are now facing a deluge that, in an average year, dumps anywhere from 40 to 60 centimetres 16 to 24 inches of rain per month. ( As reported in the news.