More than 40,000 people from mostly-Buddhist Myanmar are migrating to Bangladesh where residential camps are arranged by Bangladesh government and International support groups.
The massive exodus was initially sparked on August 25 by attacks carried out by Rohingya Muslim military groups on major Myanmar army base and police posts.
The Myanmar army responded in the form of extravagant violence by killing people, raping women and setting the Muslim villages in Myanmar on fire.
These Rohingya Muslims residing in Myanmar since ages are not allowed citizenship and their multiple generations have been facing ethnic discrimination in Buddhist majority Myanmar. The United Nations recently described this scenario as