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Where the Rohingya once lived

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018.


REUTERS/Michelle Nichols

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Michelle Nichols

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Michelle Nichols
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An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018.


REUTERS/Michelle Nichols

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Michelle Nichols

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Michelle Nichols
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An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018.


REUTERS/Michelle Nichols

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Michelle Nichols

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Michelle Nichols
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An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018.


REUTERS/Michelle Nichols

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Michelle Nichols

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Michelle Nichols
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An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018.


REUTERS/Michelle Nichols

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Michelle Nichols

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Michelle Nichols
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An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018.


REUTERS/Michelle Nichols

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Michelle Nichols

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Michelle Nichols
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An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018.


REUTERS/Michelle Nichols

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Michelle Nichols

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Michelle Nichols
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An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018.


REUTERS/Michelle Nichols

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Michelle Nichols

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Michelle Nichols
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An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018.


REUTERS/Michelle Nichols

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Michelle Nichols

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Michelle Nichols
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An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018.


REUTERS/Michelle Nichols

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Michelle Nichols

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Michelle Nichols
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An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018.


REUTERS/Michelle Nichols

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Michelle Nichols

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Michelle Nichols
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An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018.


REUTERS/Michelle Nichols

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Michelle Nichols

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Michelle Nichols
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An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018.


REUTERS/Michelle Nichols

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Michelle Nichols

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Michelle Nichols
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An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018.


REUTERS/Michelle Nichols

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Michelle Nichols

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Michelle Nichols
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An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018.


REUTERS/Michelle Nichols

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Michelle Nichols

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Michelle Nichols
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An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018.


REUTERS/Michelle Nichols

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Michelle Nichols

An aerial view shows burned down villages once inhabited by the Rohingya seen from Myanmar military helicopters carrying U.N. envoys to northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Michelle Nichols
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