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    Tayeba Begum, Rohingya refugee describes her life in the camps. © Saikat Mojumder/MSF

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    From Myanmar, they have fled to Bangladesh, Malaysia and other countries. They remain without the most basic rights to protection, stateless and living a life full of uncertainty.

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