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Rohingya’s two years of feeling out of place, since the violence in Myanmar

It’s a Sunday, exactly two years after the geweldsuitbarsting in the Burmese state of Rakhine. As a result, is 730,000 Rohingya’s fled. They still live in refugee camps in Bangladesh. An overview of the developments so far in the picture.

Rohingya rebels to attack on the 25th of August, 2017, thirty police stations and an army base at. The army responds to the devastating attacks that work directly with non-retaliation in Rakhine, where the ethnic minorities live. (Photo: Getty Images)

The following day, the cross is as a thousand Rohingya’s and the river Naf on for Bangladesh to achieve it. (Photo: Getty Images)

Due to the ongoing violence, mass murder and the destruction of the villages, decisions are becoming more and more Rohingya’s in Myanmar has to be abandoned. (Photo: Getty Images)

The crossing is not without its dangers, as not all of the refugees to survive the trip to Canada. (Photo: Getty Images)

UN-mensenrechtencommissaris Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, called the situation in Rakhine quickly become a “classic example of ethnic cleansing. (Photo: Getty Images)

The origins of the Rohingya’s existence, several theories. They say that they are the original inhabitants of the Rakhine, but, according to Myanmar, the Scene of which is illegal for Myanmar to have immigrated. (Photo: Getty Images)

The Rohingya in the two countries is not welcome here. In Myanmar and Bangladesh, which will eventually have agreed about the transfer of hundreds of thousands of muslims. (Photo: Getty Images)

For the first time Rohingya to return home failed, and in november of 2018. No one wants to come back, and it will be shown in the country. (Photo: Getty Images)

On the 22nd of August 2019 and is being re-tried the Rohingya to return home. The visit to the refugee camp and driven the buses will depart again without the passengers. (Photo: Getty Images)

Several human rights groups are saying that the safety and security of the Rohingya in Rakhine are not guaranteed. Also, the United Nations is very concerned about the situation of the Rohingya to return in the future. (Photo: Getty Images)

An Australian think tank, argues on the basis of the satelietbeelden that Myanmar is “minimal” preparations for the repatriation of the Rohingya’s. (Photo: Getty Images)

The rebellengroepering, who was responsible for the attack on the 25th of April 2017, is to fight in the northern part of Rakhine is still against the Burmese army. (Photo: Getty Images)

It is not obvious in the case of the Rohingya’s have to go back to the united kingdom. In the army, they lived in the meantime in harsh environments. For example, they have limited access to health care, there is the issue of domestic violence. (Photo: Getty Images)

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