Article published in Svenska Dagbladet
24 August 2018
By Sushmita Preetha
Photos: Anisur Rahman
Bangladesh. When the military systematically murdered, raped, and plundered the minority group rohingya in Rakine in Myanmar, around 700 000 people fled to the neighbouring country of Bangladesh.
There they were at first received with open arms, but now, a year later, many locals have grown tired of the refugees – and the fight for the already limited resources has toughened.
Full article (in Swedish) here: https://www.svd.se/motsattningar-kokar-i-gigantiska-flyktinglagret