Malnutrition, disease rising in camps of Burma’s Rohingya Muslims, who are virtual prisoners in the camps

by Annie Gowen

Children study at a religious school teaching daily classes in Islamic studies at the Say Tha Mar Gyi IDP camp. More than three years after Burma began its transition from a military dictatorship, ethnic tensions and repressive policies threaten the development of democracy. Photo: Paula Bronstein/ Washington Post

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