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In one photograph, taken at dusk on Tuesday, Saman captured a woman standing in the middle of the river, looking in the direction of his camera.“That was her realizing she’d have to spend another night out in the elements,” he said.

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The military junta that ruled the nation for decades stripped them of their citizenship.

The democratically elected government under the leadership of the Nobel Peace Prize-winning Aung San Suu Kyi has looked the other way as the Rohingya were pushed into squalid camps in their own home towns and villages.

“Every single day, I saw someone dying, or someone being buried,” Saman said.

On Monday, thousands of Rohingya who made it across the river into Bangladesh were held in a rice field overnight, prohibited, by overwhelmed Bangladeshi border-patrol members, from continuing on toward the refugee camps several miles up the road.

One panicking woman handed a 3-month-old infant to a taller man before she slipped momentarily beneath the murky water.

For a terrifying moment, the man held the baby aloft with one hand as he steadied himself.TEKNAF, Bangladesh (AP) — As far as the eye can see, they trudge through treacherously deep mud, across rice paddy fields and past rain-swollen creeks into Bangladesh.Tens of thousands of Rohingya Muslims, fleeing the latest round of violence to engulf their homes in Myanmar, have been walking for days or handing over their meager savings to Burmese and Bangladeshi smugglers to escape what they describe as certain death. Catatonically terrified children clung to bone-weary fathers.Many say that they don’t plan to return to Myanmar.The Magnum photojournalist Moises Saman was in Bangladesh this past week documenting the conditions Rohingya are enduring as they flee, whether wading through the river that marks the border between the two countries, making desperate efforts to obtain food and shelter, or finding dignified ways to bury their dead.month, the United Nations’ top human-rights official called Myanmar’s ongoing military campaign against its Rohingya Muslim minority a “textbook example of ethnic cleansing.” Since August, nearly half of the country’s 1.1 million Rohingya have fled into neighboring Bangladesh in the face of attacks by Myanmar’s military and Buddhist villagers.

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