U.N. Members Visits Rohingya Refugee Camp in Bangladesh

New York, N.Y. Refugees living in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, seen during a visit by the Security Council delegation to the Kutupalong Refugee camp.

Thousands of Rohingya refugees line the roads of the Kutupalong mega refugee settlement as the UNSC visit takes place. Many hold signs welcoming the visit and saying they want justice, as well as stating their key demands for repatriation

Thousands of Rohingya refugees line the roads of the Kutupalong mega refugee settlement as the UNSC visit takes place. Many hold signs welcoming the visit and saying they want justice, as well as stating their key demands for repatriation. Credit: U.N. Photo: Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.

The camp is currently the world’s largest refugee settlement and hosts around 600,000 refugees.

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