Rohingya refugees warned over risk of floods

The misery of the Rohingya Muslims has played out before us for many months. Fleeing what many international observers have called ethnic cleansing in Myanmar, an estimated 650 thousand of them have found some kind of refuge in neighbouring Bangladesh, often risking their own lives in the process.

Now the United Nations is warning of an additional calamity on the horizon, with flash flooding and landslides threatening the makeshift camps that are home to tens of thousands of refugees.

Sky's South East Asia Correspondent Siobhan Robbins reports from the Kutupalong camp in Bangladesh.

(Source: Sky News,
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