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22-Jul-2017 05:45

While in Cox’s Bazar – once a sleepy fishing town in southern Bangladesh that has now transformed into the world’s largest refugee camp – Mr.

Gilmour also drew attention to the fragile living conditions and the threats posed by upcoming, potentially devastating, rains.

“It appears that widespread and systematic violence against the Rohingya persists,” added Mr.

I don’t think we can draw any other conclusion from what I have seen and heard in Cox’s Bazar,” Andrew Gilmour, the UN Assistant Secretary-General for Human Rights, said at the end of a four-day visit to Bangladesh which is hosting more than 800,000 Rohingya refugees, most of whom fled Myanmar this past August in the wake of a crackdown by the country's security forces.