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They are frequently forced to hide in ditches, water-tanks and paddy fields. Survivors simply cannot understand why the world will not intervene and come to their rescue.'Please help us,' one old man asked as the rain poured down on his temporary home.'Please tell our story to the world.' On my arrival at the Balukhali refugee camp a few miles from the Myanmar border, I was braced for horrific accounts. Survivors spoke of an atrocity at Tula Toli, a Rohingya village in western Myanmar.These traumatised refugees describe how the Myanmar army burnt their homes.
In 1962, the country fell under the control of a brutal military dictatorship.
More than 600,000 Muslims from the country's Rohingya ethnic minority have fled for their lives across the border to Bangladesh in the past ten weeks.