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Monirul Alam 
Monirul Alam Independent Photojournalist born in Old Dhaka, Bangladesh 1975. He took up photography in 1994. After completing his Bachelors in Accounting from the National University, he went on to Graduate from Pathshala, the South Asian Media Institute and Post Graduate certificate course on Broadcast and Cross Media Journalism from the BRAC University with Erasmus University based in Rotterdam Netherlands. Monirul, former depute chief Photojournalist Prothom Alo newspaper presently work as an Independent Photojournalist on Bangladesh based and work with ZUMA PRESS. His work has been published in prestigious national and international publications, such as The Guardian, Time Magazine, The Telegraph, Time Light Box, Wall Street Journal, NY Times Lens Blog, Newsweek, MSNBC, AP, AFP, EPA, EFE, NurPhoto, Getty Reportage, New Internationalist, Saudi Aramco World, National Geographic Your Short, The Daily Star, The Daily Prothom Alo, DrikNews, The Observers France 24,100 Eyes Magazine, Private Magazine, Majority World, Photojournale, The Click, Animal Planet Channel, Bangla Rights etc.

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  • November 2007 Barguna, Bangladesh ~ A children stand in front of broken house . Cyclone Sidr, reaching top speeds of almost 240 km per hour, hits the coastal district of Bangladesh, devastating the country's southwest and southern costal areas, including the Sunderbans, and killing thousands. The cyclone leaves its mark of devastation on 130 upazilas, 710 unions, affecting almost 3 million people. © Monirul AlamNovember 2007 Barguna, Bangladesh ~ A children stand in front of broken house . Cyclone Sidr, reaching top speeds of almost 240 km per hour, hits the coastal district of Bangladesh, devastating the country's southwest and southern costal areas, including the Sunderbans, and killing thousands. The cyclone leaves its mark of devastation on 130 upazilas, 710 unions, affecting almost 3 million people. © Monirul Alam
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      Patharghata, Bangladesh - 19/11/2007: November 2007 Barguna, Bangladesh ~ A children stand in front of broken house . Cyclone Sidr, reaching top speeds of almost 240 km per hour, hits the coastal district of Bangladesh, devastating the country's southwest and southern costal areas, including the Sunderbans, and killing thousands. The cyclone leaves its mark of devastation on 130 upazilas, 710 unions, affecting almost 3 million people. © Monirul Alam
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  • February 2008 Gazipur, Bangladesh ~ A child labor at work the brick field outskirts of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Most o the children work this hazardous job for their family’s support. In Bangladesh 4.7 million or 12.6% of children aged 5 to 14 in the work force. Out of the child laborers engaged in the work force, 83% are employed in rural areas and 17% are employed in urban areas. Employment ranges from jobs in the informal sector. © Monirul AlamFebruary 2008 Gazipur, Bangladesh ~ A child labor at work the brick field outskirts of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Most o the children work this hazardous job for their family’s support. In Bangladesh 4.7 million or 12.6% of children aged 5 to 14 in the work force. Out of the child laborers engaged in the work force, 83% are employed in rural areas and 17% are employed in urban areas. Employment ranges from jobs in the informal sector. © Monirul Alam
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      Gazipur, Bangladesh - 16/02/2008: February 2008 Gazipur, Bangladesh ~ A child labor at work the brick field outskirts of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Most o the children work this hazardous job for their family’s support. In Bangladesh 4.7 million or 12.6% of children aged 5 to 14 in the work force. Out of the child laborers engaged in the work force, 83% are employed in rural areas and 17% are employed in urban areas. Employment ranges from jobs in the informal sector. © Monirul Alam
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  • August 2007 Munshigonj,  Bangladesh ~ Villagers are shifting their belongings to secure place. The worst flood affected district in Munshigonj. People become homeless and suffering shortage of food, drinking water and medicines especially children and woman suffer much more. © Monirul AlamAugust 2007 Munshigonj,  Bangladesh ~ Villagers are shifting their belongings to secure place. The worst flood affected district in Munshigonj. People become homeless and suffering shortage of food, drinking water and medicines especially children and woman suffer much more. © Monirul Alam
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      Munshigonj, Bangladesh - 09/08/2007: August 2007 Munshigonj, Bangladesh ~ Villagers are shifting their belongings to secure place. The worst flood affected district in Munshigonj. People become homeless and suffering shortage of food, drinking water and medicines especially children and woman suffer much more. © Monirul Alam
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  • August 2016 Keranigonj, Bangladesh ~ Mamata Begum 85, react after she lost his house by recent flood, she said nobody look after her during my last age, and my only living house is also break down by river erosion, now I am helpless and homeless at LAKHIR CHAR in Keranigonj, Dhaka Bangladesh, on 19 August, 2016. According to the media report the monsoon rain in the country’s northern region as well as in the Indian bordering state like Assam has been low, and the weather is likely to remain unchanged monsoon season. So there is no change for deterioration in the overall flood situation in Bangladesh.August 2016 Keranigonj, Bangladesh ~ Mamata Begum 85, react after she lost his house by recent flood, she said nobody look after her during my last age, and my only living house is also break down by river erosion, now I am helpless and homeless at LAKHIR CHAR in Keranigonj, Dhaka Bangladesh, on 19 August, 2016. According to the media report the monsoon rain in the country’s northern region as well as in the Indian bordering state like Assam has been low, and the weather is likely to remain unchanged monsoon season. So there is no change for deterioration in the overall flood situation in Bangladesh.
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      Lakhir Char, Keranigonj, Bangladesh - 19/08/2016: August 2016 Keranigonj, Bangladesh ~ Mamata Begum 85, react after she lost his house by recent flood, she said nobody look after her during my last age, and my only living house is also break down by river erosion, now I am helpless and homeless at LAKHIR CHAR in Keranigonj, Dhaka Bangladesh, on 19 August, 2016. According to the media report the monsoon rain in the country’s northern region as well as in the Indian bordering state like Assam has been low, and the weather is likely to remain unchanged monsoon season. So there is no change for deterioration in the overall flood situation in Bangladesh.
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  • January 2017 Tongi, Bangladesh- Hundreds of thousands Muslim attends the final prayer for the Bishwa Ijtema on the outskirts of Dhaka, Bangladesh on 15 January 2017. Thousands of devotees from home and abroad were seen streaming towards the gathering site on the banks of the river Turag at Tongi on the outskirts of Bangladesh capital Dhaka for the Bishwa Ijtema. Around three million people have taken part in the final prayers, according to organizers. Bishwa Ijtema the second largest Muslim congregation after the Hajj. © Monirul AlamJanuary 2017 Tongi, Bangladesh- Hundreds of thousands Muslim attends the final prayer for the Bishwa Ijtema on the outskirts of Dhaka, Bangladesh on 15 January 2017. Thousands of devotees from home and abroad were seen streaming towards the gathering site on the banks of the river Turag at Tongi on the outskirts of Bangladesh capital Dhaka for the Bishwa Ijtema. Around three million people have taken part in the final prayers, according to organizers. Bishwa Ijtema the second largest Muslim congregation after the Hajj. © Monirul Alam
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      Tongi,Dhaka, Bangladesh - 15/01/2017: January 2017 Tongi, Bangladesh- Hundreds of thousands Muslim attends the final prayer for the Bishwa Ijtema on the outskirts of Dhaka, Bangladesh on 15 January 2017. Thousands of devotees from home and abroad were seen streaming towards the gathering site on the banks of the river Turag at Tongi on the outskirts of Bangladesh capital Dhaka for the Bishwa Ijtema. Around three million people have taken part in the final prayers, according to organizers. Bishwa Ijtema the second largest Muslim congregation after the Hajj. © Monirul Alam
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  •  July 2016 Dhaka, Bangladesh ~ Bangladeshi child labor Kamal 7  years old work a high risk to support his family. Every day he came early in the morning and go back at night ater finished his daily work. He earn 20 take a day. UNICF estimates that some 3.3 million children, one fifth of the country’s labor force, are employed in Bangladesh. © Monirul Alam
  
 July 2016 Dhaka, Bangladesh ~ Bangladeshi child labor Kamal 7  years old work a high risk to support his family. Every day he came early in the morning and go back at night ater finished his daily work. He earn 20 take a day. UNICF estimates that some 3.3 million children, one fifth of the country’s labor force, are employed in Bangladesh. © Monirul Alam
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      Dhaka, Bangladesh - 21/07/2006: July 2016 Dhaka, Bangladesh ~ Bangladeshi child labor Kamal 7 years old work a high risk to support his family. Every day he came early in the morning and go back at night ater finished his daily work. He earn 20 take a day. UNICF estimates that some 3.3 million children, one fifth of the country’s labor force, are employed in Bangladesh. © Monirul Alam
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  • August 2007 Sherajganj, Bangladesh ~ Flood victim Majed come back form relief center to look after his house which was wash out in flood water. He living nears the bank of Jamuna (Brahmaputra).  People become homeless and suffering shortage of food, drinking water and medicines especially children and woman suffer much more © Monirul AlamAugust 2007 Sherajganj, Bangladesh ~ Flood victim Majed come back form relief center to look after his house which was wash out in flood water. He living nears the bank of Jamuna (Brahmaputra).  People become homeless and suffering shortage of food, drinking water and medicines especially children and woman suffer much more © Monirul Alam
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      Sirajgonj, Bangladesh - 04/08/2007: August 2007 Sherajganj, Bangladesh ~ Flood victim Majed come back form relief center to look after his house which was wash out in flood water. He living nears the bank of Jamuna (Brahmaputra). People become homeless and suffering shortage of food, drinking water and medicines especially children and woman suffer much more © Monirul Alam
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  • October 2015 Dhaka, Bangladesh ~ Homeless people stand near the central shaheed miner in the Dhaka city on 14 October Dhaka, Bangladesh. About 44% of people living in the capital are deprived of any sort of housing facilities which are very alarming for the country, according to a survey conducted by Center for Urban Strategies in 2007October 2015 Dhaka, Bangladesh ~ Homeless people stand near the central shaheed miner in the Dhaka city on 14 October Dhaka, Bangladesh. About 44% of people living in the capital are deprived of any sort of housing facilities which are very alarming for the country, according to a survey conducted by Center for Urban Strategies in 2007
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      Dhaka, Bangladesh - 14/10/2015: October 2015 Dhaka, Bangladesh ~ Homeless people stand near the central shaheed miner in the Dhaka city on 14 October Dhaka, Bangladesh. About 44% of people living in the capital are deprived of any sort of housing facilities which are very alarming for the country, according to a survey conducted by Center for Urban Strategies in 2007
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  • July 2015 Kurigram, Bangladesh. An old man walk with his handmade cratches in his village. Living on the land on the CHARS are harshThe land is completely inaccessible and can only be reached by boat and foot. The people living there are exposed to nature and due to the daily tides, the land gets flooded on a regular basis. There is no safe drinking water, no health service or sanitation, no agricultural inputs, no education, no legal or social structures. © Monirul Alam July 2015 Kurigram, Bangladesh. An old man walk with his handmade cratches in his village. Living on the land on the CHARS are harshThe land is completely inaccessible and can only be reached by boat and foot. The people living there are exposed to nature and due to the daily tides, the land gets flooded on a regular basis. There is no safe drinking water, no health service or sanitation, no agricultural inputs, no education, no legal or social structures. © Monirul Alam
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      Kurigram, Bangladesh - 07/10/2005: July 2015 Kurigram, Bangladesh. An old man walk with his handmade cratches in his village. Living on the land on the CHARS are harshThe land is completely inaccessible and can only be reached by boat and foot. The people living there are exposed to nature and due to the daily tides, the land gets flooded on a regular basis. There is no safe drinking water, no health service or sanitation, no agricultural inputs, no education, no legal or social structures. © Monirul Alam
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  • November 2007 Barguna Patharghata, Bangladesh ~ A children lie on the open sky and her mother preparing food . Cyclone Sidr, reaching top speeds of almost 240 km per hour, hits the coastal district of Bangladesh, devastating the country's southwest and southern costal areas, including the Sunderbans, and killing thousands. The cyclone leaves its mark of devastation on 130 upazilas, 710 unions, affecting almost 3 million people. © Monirul AlamNovember 2007 Barguna Patharghata, Bangladesh ~ A children lie on the open sky and her mother preparing food . Cyclone Sidr, reaching top speeds of almost 240 km per hour, hits the coastal district of Bangladesh, devastating the country's southwest and southern costal areas, including the Sunderbans, and killing thousands. The cyclone leaves its mark of devastation on 130 upazilas, 710 unions, affecting almost 3 million people. © Monirul Alam
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      Patharghata, Bangladesh - 21/11/2007: November 2007 Barguna Patharghata, Bangladesh ~ A children lie on the open sky and her mother preparing food . Cyclone Sidr, reaching top speeds of almost 240 km per hour, hits the coastal district of Bangladesh, devastating the country's southwest and southern costal areas, including the Sunderbans, and killing thousands. The cyclone leaves its mark of devastation on 130 upazilas, 710 unions, affecting almost 3 million people. © Monirul Alam
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  • November 2007 Savar, Bangladesh ~ A group of day labor after finished their day work and wash them to makeshift their rented house in the Dhaka city . The impact of climate change world is already facing food and fuel crises. Rising sea levels and the growing number of natural disasters forced by climate change are already driving migration and displacement. © Monirul AlamNovember 2007 Savar, Bangladesh ~ A group of day labor after finished their day work and wash them to makeshift their rented house in the Dhaka city . The impact of climate change world is already facing food and fuel crises. Rising sea levels and the growing number of natural disasters forced by climate change are already driving migration and displacement. © Monirul Alam
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      Dhaka, Bangladesh - 10/11/2007: November 2007 Savar, Bangladesh ~ A group of day labor after finished their day work and wash them to makeshift their rented house in the Dhaka city . The impact of climate change world is already facing food and fuel crises. Rising sea levels and the growing number of natural disasters forced by climate change are already driving migration and displacement. © Monirul Alam
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  • January  2017 Dhaka Bangladesh ~ Bangladeshi old Dhaka young peopl enjoys posh Sankranti with different activities as a man blows fire in the evening at old Dhaka on 14 January 2017. Paush Shankranti’ is the last day of Bengali month Paush. This traditional festival is locally known as ‘Shakhrine’. People of the old Dhaka celebrate Shakhrine with colorful kite flying during the day and fire eating or blowing performances after dark. © Monirul AlamJanuary  2017 Dhaka Bangladesh ~ Bangladeshi old Dhaka young peopl enjoys posh Sankranti with different activities as a man blows fire in the evening at old Dhaka on 14 January 2017. Paush Shankranti’ is the last day of Bengali month Paush. This traditional festival is locally known as ‘Shakhrine’. People of the old Dhaka celebrate Shakhrine with colorful kite flying during the day and fire eating or blowing performances after dark. © Monirul Alam
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      Dhaka, Bangladesh - 14/01/2017: January 2017 Dhaka Bangladesh ~ Bangladeshi old Dhaka young peopl enjoys posh Sankranti with different activities as a man blows fire in the evening at old Dhaka on 14 January 2017. Paush Shankranti’ is the last day of Bengali month Paush. This traditional festival is locally known as ‘Shakhrine’. People of the old Dhaka celebrate Shakhrine with colorful kite flying during the day and fire eating or blowing performances after dark. © Monirul Alam
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  • May, 2007 Savar, Bangladesh ~ A group of day labor at work in the brick field. The impact of climate change world is already facing food and fuel crises. © Monirul AlamMay, 2007 Savar, Bangladesh ~ A group of day labor at work in the brick field. The impact of climate change world is already facing food and fuel crises. © Monirul Alam
  • January 2013 Dhaka, Bangladesh ~ A Bangladeshi polices carries a water drum to try to remove fires on the burning car during the down to dusk strike at old part of Dhaka on 06 January. The Bangladesh National Party BNP and its 18 parties alliance enforced countrywide down to dusk shutdown protesting against the latest hike in fuel oil prices. © Monirul AlamJanuary 2013 Dhaka, Bangladesh ~ A Bangladeshi polices carries a water drum to try to remove fires on the burning car during the down to dusk strike at old part of Dhaka on 06 January. The Bangladesh National Party BNP and its 18 parties alliance enforced countrywide down to dusk shutdown protesting against the latest hike in fuel oil prices. © Monirul Alam
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      Dhaka, Bangladesh - 06/01/2013: January 2013 Dhaka, Bangladesh ~ A Bangladeshi polices carries a water drum to try to remove fires on the burning car during the down to dusk strike at old part of Dhaka on 06 January. The Bangladesh National Party BNP and its 18 parties alliance enforced countrywide down to dusk shutdown protesting against the latest hike in fuel oil prices. © Monirul Alam
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  • January 2012 Dhaka, Bangladesh ~ Angry investors put barricades on the road in front of the Dhaka Stock Exchange building disrupting traffic movement in the bustling business district They gathered different objects, including abandoned wooden boxes and papers, in the middle of the road and set fire to those. They also set fire to overhead cables near the DSE building. © Monirul AlamJanuary 2012 Dhaka, Bangladesh ~ Angry investors put barricades on the road in front of the Dhaka Stock Exchange building disrupting traffic movement in the bustling business district They gathered different objects, including abandoned wooden boxes and papers, in the middle of the road and set fire to those. They also set fire to overhead cables near the DSE building. © Monirul Alam
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      Dhaka, Bangladesh - 18/01/2012: January 2012 Dhaka, Bangladesh ~ Angry investors put barricades on the road in front of the Dhaka Stock Exchange building disrupting traffic movement in the bustling business district They gathered different objects, including abandoned wooden boxes and papers, in the middle of the road and set fire to those. They also set fire to overhead cables near the DSE building. © Monirul Alam
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  • Aug. 11, 2015- Dhaka, Bangladesh- ZOHIR 8 years old and his cousin who works at a child labor in a balloon factory at Kamrangirchar in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Child labor, although illegal in most of the countries, but still work on a wide level, primarily in the developing country. In Bangladesh poverty leads many families here to send their children to work, thousands of children tread their childhood, education and potential in order to work long hours in horrible conditions. © Monirul Alam         Aug. 11, 2015- Dhaka, Bangladesh- ZOHIR 8 years old and his cousin who works at a child labor in a balloon factory at Kamrangirchar in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Child labor, although illegal in most of the countries, but still work on a wide level, primarily in the developing country. In Bangladesh poverty leads many families here to send their children to work, thousands of children tread their childhood, education and potential in order to work long hours in horrible conditions. © Monirul Alam
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      Keranigonj, Bangladesh - 11/08/2015: Aug. 11, 2015- Dhaka, Bangladesh- ZOHIR 8 years old and his cousin who works at a child labor in a balloon factory at Kamrangirchar in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Child labor, although illegal in most of the countries, but still work on a wide level, primarily in the developing country. In Bangladesh poverty leads many families here to send their children to work, thousands of children tread their childhood, education and potential in order to work long hours in horrible conditions. © Monirul Alam
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  • 17 September, 2014 Dhaka, Bangladesh -Bangladeshi police use tear gas and water cannon to try to break up a demonstration against a court ruling commuting the death sentence of Jamaat-e-Islami leader Delwar Hossain Sayedee in Dhaka, Bangladesh, 17 September 2014. Bangladesh’s highest court commuted the death sentence on a top Islamist preacher. In a surprise ruling, the Supreme Court said 74-year-old Delwar Hossain Sayedee should spend ‘the rest of his natural life’ in jail for crimes during the 1971 liberation war with Pakistan. © Monirul Alam17 September, 2014 Dhaka, Bangladesh -Bangladeshi police use tear gas and water cannon to try to break up a demonstration against a court ruling commuting the death sentence of Jamaat-e-Islami leader Delwar Hossain Sayedee in Dhaka, Bangladesh, 17 September 2014. Bangladesh’s highest court commuted the death sentence on a top Islamist preacher. In a surprise ruling, the Supreme Court said 74-year-old Delwar Hossain Sayedee should spend ‘the rest of his natural life’ in jail for crimes during the 1971 liberation war with Pakistan. © Monirul Alam
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      Dhaka, Bangladesh - 17/09/2014: 17 September, 2014 Dhaka, Bangladesh -Bangladeshi police use tear gas and water cannon to try to break up a demonstration against a court ruling commuting the death sentence of Jamaat-e-Islami leader Delwar Hossain Sayedee in Dhaka, Bangladesh, 17 September 2014. Bangladesh’s highest court commuted the death sentence on a top Islamist preacher. In a surprise ruling, the Supreme Court said 74-year-old Delwar Hossain Sayedee should spend ‘the rest of his natural life’ in jail for crimes during the 1971 liberation war with Pakistan. © Monirul Alam
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  • 08 September, 2009 Dhaka, Bangladesh- A group of street children’s takes drags on the street at Palton area in the Dhaka city on 08 September, 2009 Dhaka, Bangladesh.  In Bangladesh, about a million children live in the streets, half under the age of ten. And about 95 per cent of them also take drugs. © Monirul Alam08 September, 2009 Dhaka, Bangladesh- A group of street children’s takes drags on the street at Palton area in the Dhaka city on 08 September, 2009 Dhaka, Bangladesh.  In Bangladesh, about a million children live in the streets, half under the age of ten. And about 95 per cent of them also take drugs. © Monirul Alam
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      Dhaka, Bangladesh - 08/09/2009: 08 September, 2009 Dhaka, Bangladesh- A group of street children’s takes drags on the street at Palton area in the Dhaka city on 08 September, 2009 Dhaka, Bangladesh. In Bangladesh, about a million children live in the streets, half under the age of ten. And about 95 per cent of them also take drugs. © Monirul Alam
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  • September 04, 2017 Takenuf, Bangladesh - Rohingya people, fled from ongoing military operations in Myanmar’s Rakhine state, make their way through muddy water after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border in Teknuf, Bangladesh on September 2017. According to UN there are more than 370000 refugees already fled to Bangladesh since the recent crisis break out in the Rakhine state of Myanmar. Violence erupted in Myanmar’s Rakhine state on Aug. 25 when the country’s security forces launched an operation against the Rohingya Muslim community. It triggered a fresh influx of refugees towards neighboring Bangladesh, though the country sealed off its border to refugees. © Monirul Alam 

September 04, 2017 Takenuf, Bangladesh - Rohingya people, fled from ongoing military operations in Myanmar’s Rakhine state, make their way through muddy water after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border in Teknuf, Bangladesh on September 2017. According to UN there are more than 370000 refugees already fled to Bangladesh since the recent crisis break out in the Rakhine state of Myanmar. Violence erupted in Myanmar’s Rakhine state on Aug. 25 when the country’s security forces launched an operation against the Rohingya Muslim community. It triggered a fresh influx of refugees towards neighboring Bangladesh, though the country sealed off its border to refugees. © Monirul Alam 
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      Teknuf, Bangladesh - 04/09/2017: September 04, 2017 Takenuf, Bangladesh - Rohingya people, fled from ongoing military operations in Myanmar’s Rakhine state, make their way through muddy water after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border in Teknuf, Bangladesh on September 2017. According to UN there are more than 370000 refugees already fled to Bangladesh since the recent crisis break out in the Rakhine state of Myanmar. Violence erupted in Myanmar’s Rakhine state on Aug. 25 when the country’s security forces launched an operation against the Rohingya Muslim community. It triggered a fresh influx of refugees towards neighboring Bangladesh, though the country sealed off its border to refugees. © Monirul Alam 
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  • September 08, 2017 Takenuf, Bangladesh – A Rohingya girl sits with her sister on the muddy roads and enter to Bangladesh Border during the rain time at Takenuf, Bangladesh. At least 123,000 Rohingya have crossed the border into Bangladesh fleeing violence in northwestern Myanmar, a United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) spokesperson said. © Monirul Alam 
September 08, 2017 Takenuf, Bangladesh – A Rohingya girl sits with her sister on the muddy roads and enter to Bangladesh Border during the rain time at Takenuf, Bangladesh. At least 123,000 Rohingya have crossed the border into Bangladesh fleeing violence in northwestern Myanmar, a United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) spokesperson said. © Monirul Alam 

 

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