Rohingya still to rebuild after fire devastated Bangladesh camp

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Life for about one million people from Myanmar’s Rohingya minority who escaped to neighbouring Bangladesh has been tough.

Adding to their misery, tens of thousands of Rohingya in a refugee camp lost their homes in a fire in March this year.

For many, the rainy season has made rebuilding difficult.

Al Jazeera’s Natasha Ghoneim reports.

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