A newly arrived Rohingya refugee and her child wait at a food distribution line in the Kutupalong refugee camp near Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, in January 2018. More than 75,000 babies have been born in the camps of Cox’s Bazar in the past three years. Photo: AP A newly arrived Rohingya refugee and her child wait at a food distribution line in the Kutupalong refugee camp near Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, in January 2018. More than 75,000 babies have been born in the camps of Cox’s Bazar in the past three years. Photo: AP
A newly arrived Rohingya refugee and her child wait at a food distribution line in the Kutupalong refugee camp near Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, in January 2018. More than 75,000 babies have been born in the camps of Cox’s Bazar in the past three years. Photo: AP

Letters | As Rohingya refugees mark three years in exile, don’t forget the children who have never seen home

  • For thousands of Rohingya children, the sprawling refugee camps of Cox’s Bazar are the only life they have ever known
  • The world will have failed them yet again, if a fourth anniversary of life in exile is allowed to happen

Topic |   Rohingya Muslims
A newly arrived Rohingya refugee and her child wait at a food distribution line in the Kutupalong refugee camp near Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, in January 2018. More than 75,000 babies have been born in the camps of Cox’s Bazar in the past three years. Photo: AP A newly arrived Rohingya refugee and her child wait at a food distribution line in the Kutupalong refugee camp near Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, in January 2018. More than 75,000 babies have been born in the camps of Cox’s Bazar in the past three years. Photo: AP
A newly arrived Rohingya refugee and her child wait at a food distribution line in the Kutupalong refugee camp near Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, in January 2018. More than 75,000 babies have been born in the camps of Cox’s Bazar in the past three years. Photo: AP
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