In Pictures: Inside Cox's Bazar, the world's largest refugee camp
Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazar district, till last year, was known for its hills and forests and 120km of unbroken beach. Today, a stretch of hills has been hacked down for the megacamp complex. About 626,000 people are squeezed into a 12 sq km area, with 6,000 overflowing latrines. The remaining Rohingya - nearly 300,000 of them - are placed in similarly squalid smaller camps.
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