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State Identity Crisis Rohingya Community

Monirul Alam | Bangladesh

Organization: epa european pressphoto agency

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.

As a front line photojournalist to coverage Rohingya Refugees, the crisis that led to more than 700,000 members of the Rohingya community fleeing Myanmar to neighboring Bangladesh. I witness many destruction and death during my photojournalist assignment to coverage like many disaster situation but Rohingya’s refuges fled from Myanmar to me should different, thousand and thousand feeling form Myanmar to enter Bangladesh during their long journey, to scape death and violence. I feel pain and sorrows to see of them, especially children and women to cross the border on the muddy water on to the bad weather. I saw after they enter into Bangladesh their face is quite happy to escape death but they are really desperate for food, for water, for shelter, for their baby’s health…

Good photojournalists are always moving. First identify your subjects than point your camera to find a dramatic angles, otherwise your photos like a blah pictures . . .

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