This photograph taken on September 8, 2017 shows Master Kamal (C), a 53-year-old teacher from Aung Sit Pyin village in Myanmar, posing for a picture three days after crossing the border to Bangladesh at the Balukhali refugee camp in the locality of Ukhia.
Interviews with about 10 people from the village who found refuge at Balukhali camp in Bangladesh revealed horrific details of the events in Aung Sit Pyin on August 25. That was the day Rohingya Muslim militants attacked police posts across Rakhine, sparking a violent crackdown that has so far driven almost 300,000 of Myanmar's 1.1 million Rohingya population across the border. Kamal told AFP he saw three neighbours -- including a father and son -- butchered as he fled, making a 10-day trek across monsoon-drenched hills, rivers and fields to Bangladesh. / AFP PHOTO / Emrul KAMAL / TO GO WITH Bangladesh-Myanmar-unrest-refugee, SCENE by Nick PERRY
Master Kamal, a 53-year-old teacher from Aung Sit Pyin village in Myanmar, crossed the border to Bangladesh to reach the Balukhali refugee camp. he described the day in August when militants attacked Show more

Rohingyas relive village massacre in Myanmar