A Rohingya Muslim woman, who agreed to be identified as “S”, with her baby last month at the Balukhali refugee camp in Bangladesh. During her labour, she stuffed a scarf in her mouth to muffle her screams so her neighbours would not discover her pregnancy. Photo: AP

Petrified and stigmatised, Rohingya rape survivors face agonising choices as babies arrive

The spree of sexual violence by Myanmar security forces culminates with abortions or hidden births on dirt floors

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A Rohingya Muslim woman, who agreed to be identified as “S”, with her baby last month at the Balukhali refugee camp in Bangladesh. During her labour, she stuffed a scarf in her mouth to muffle her screams so her neighbours would not discover her pregnancy. Photo: AP
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