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MagazineNov 22, 2017
Bangladeshi hospitals and international aid agencies are struggling to provide medical care for all the Rohingya refugees, many of whom have suffered horrific injuries and psychological trauma.
Time to act United Nations!!!
Rohingya refugee Anwara Begum, 36, poses for a photograph at Kutupalang refugee camp, near Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh, October 13, 2017. Begum said she woke to find her home in Maungdaw township, in the northernmost part of Rakhine state, in flames. Before she could get out, the burning roof caved in on her and her nylon clothes melted onto her arms. Begum's husband carried his wife for eight days to reach the Kutupalong camp. "I thought I was going to die. I tried to stay alive for my children," Begum said, adding she was still waiting for treatment for her burns. JORGE SILVA/REUTERS