Sufia Begum, a Rohingya who recently crossed over to Bangladesh, cries as she describes her experience at a unregistered refugee camp in Ukhiya, near Cox's Bazar. Survivors of a wave of violence that has swept Myanmar in recent weeks say government forces have targeted minority Rohingya villages, burning many to the ground, killing the innocent and raping women. Photo: AP Sufia Begum, a Rohingya who recently crossed over to Bangladesh, cries as she describes her experience at a unregistered refugee camp in Ukhiya, near Cox's Bazar. Survivors of a wave of violence that has swept Myanmar in recent weeks say government forces have targeted minority Rohingya villages, burning many to the ground, killing the innocent and raping women. Photo: AP
Sufia Begum, a Rohingya who recently crossed over to Bangladesh, cries as she describes her experience at a unregistered refugee camp in Ukhiya, near Cox's Bazar. Survivors of a wave of violence that has swept Myanmar in recent weeks say government forces have targeted minority Rohingya villages, burning many to the ground, killing the innocent and raping women. Photo: AP

Malaysia calls for Asean to coordinate aid for Rohingya at Myanmar crisis talks

Malaysia’s intervention in the Rakhine crisis marks a break with Asean members’ tradition of non-intervention in each other’s internal affairs

Topic |   Rohingya Muslims
Sufia Begum, a Rohingya who recently crossed over to Bangladesh, cries as she describes her experience at a unregistered refugee camp in Ukhiya, near Cox's Bazar. Survivors of a wave of violence that has swept Myanmar in recent weeks say government forces have targeted minority Rohingya villages, burning many to the ground, killing the innocent and raping women. Photo: AP Sufia Begum, a Rohingya who recently crossed over to Bangladesh, cries as she describes her experience at a unregistered refugee camp in Ukhiya, near Cox's Bazar. Survivors of a wave of violence that has swept Myanmar in recent weeks say government forces have targeted minority Rohingya villages, burning many to the ground, killing the innocent and raping women. Photo: AP
Sufia Begum, a Rohingya who recently crossed over to Bangladesh, cries as she describes her experience at a unregistered refugee camp in Ukhiya, near Cox's Bazar. Survivors of a wave of violence that has swept Myanmar in recent weeks say government forces have targeted minority Rohingya villages, burning many to the ground, killing the innocent and raping women. Photo: AP
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