The family's possessions are few and all their clothes are strung across a short nylon line in the flimsy structure of bamboo and tarpaulin that serves as home.
But when Mr Mohd Abdul Hamid starts to speak of life in the Rohingya camps, his wife Salama Khatoon goes to a corner of the hut and fishes out two articles of clothing that she keeps apart from the rest. One is pink, the other blue, and they belonged to the couple's daughter, Unaishya, who died in this camp where the family live with their three remaining children. The couple stare in silence at the only items they can remember their daughter by.
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