Monsoons are triggering landslides and floods in Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh. At least three people have been killed and thousands are without shelter. Children are especially vulnerable to water-borne diseases.
HIV infections among the Rohingya in Bangladesh have been increasing for months. Experts blame social stigma and a lack of awareness for the spread of the disease.
Bangladeshi troops have allegedly raped an underage Rohingya girl at the Cox's Bazar refugee camp. The authorities deny rape allegations, but the girl's family told DW they were being threatened by security forces.
In an interview with DW, Bangladesh's Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen expressed disappointment over "inadequate" international pressure on Myanmar to take back the Rohingya refugees currently camped in Cox's Bazar.
Nearly 3,500 Rohingya living in Bangladesh fear for their lives after being told they would be sent back to Myanmar. DW's Naomi Conrad and Arafatul Islam spoke to them at their shelters in Cox's Bazar.
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