Bangladeshi border guard personnel keep watch over Rohingya who are stuck in "no man's land" as they stop them from crossing over to the Bangladesh side of the border at Ghumdhum, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, Sunday, Aug.27, 2017. Several hundred Rohingya trying to flee Myanmar got stuck in a "no man's land" at one border point barred from moving farther by Bangladeshi border guards.
Bangladeshi border guard personnel keep watch over Rohingya who are stuck in "no man's land" as they stop them from crossing over to the Bangladesh side of the border at Ghumdhum, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, Sunday, Aug.27, 2017. Several hundred Rohingya trying to flee Myanmar got stuck in a "no man's land" at one border point barred from moving farther by Bangladeshi border guards. Mushfiqul Alam AP
Bangladeshi border guard personnel keep watch over Rohingya who are stuck in "no man's land" as they stop them from crossing over to the Bangladesh side of the border at Ghumdhum, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, Sunday, Aug.27, 2017. Several hundred Rohingya trying to flee Myanmar got stuck in a "no man's land" at one border point barred from moving farther by Bangladeshi border guards. Mushfiqul Alam AP

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