COX'S BAZAR, BANGLADESH - FEBRUARY 8: Refugees are seen in Kutapalong Rohingya refugee camp on February 8, 2017 in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. The United Nations estimates about 69,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled to Bangladesh from Myanmar since October last year after the Burmese army launched a campaign it calls 'clearance operations' in response to an attack on border police. Based on reports, Bangladesh plans to proceed with a controversial plan to relocate tens of thousands of Rohingya refugees from Myanmar to a remote island in Bay of Bengal, despite warnings it is uninhabitable and prone to flooding. Waves of Rohingya civilians have fled across the border since last year, most living in makeshift camps and refugee centers with harrowing stories on the Burmese army committing human-rights abuses, such as gang rape, arson and extrajudicial killing. The Rohingya, a mostly stateless Muslim group numbering about 1.1 million, are the majority in Rakhine state and smaller communities in Bangladesh, Thailand and Malaysia. (Photo by Allison Joyce/Getty Images)
COX'S BAZAR, BANGLADESH - JANUARY 21: People are seen in the Kutapalong Rohingya refugee camp on January 21, 2017 in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. More than 65,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled to Bangladesh from Myanmar since October last year, after the Burmese army launched a campaign it calls 'clearance operations' in response to an attack on border police on October 9, believed to have been carried out by Rohingya militants. Waves of Rohingya civilians have since fled across the border, most living in makeshift camps and refugee centers with harrowing stories on the Burmese army committing human-rights abuses, such as gang rape, arson and extrajudicial killing. The Rohingya, a mostly stateless Muslim group numbering about 1.1 million, are the majority in Rakhine state and smaller communities in Bangladesh, Thailand and Malaysia. The stateless Muslim group are routinely described by human rights organizations as the world's most persecuted people, being denied citizenship and basic rights by the Burmese government. (Photo by Allison Joyce/Getty Images)
COX'S BAZAR, BANGLADESH - JANUARY 20: People are seen in the Kutapalong Rohingya refugee camp on January 20, 2017 in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. More than 65,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled to Bangladesh from Myanmar since October last year, after the Burmese army launched a campaign it calls 'clearance operations' in response to an attack on border police on October 9, believed to have been carried out by Rohingya militants. Waves of Rohingya civilians have since fled across the border, most living in makeshift camps and refugee centers with harrowing stories on the Burmese army committing human-rights abuses, such as gang rape, arson and extrajudicial killing. The Rohingya, a mostly stateless Muslim group numbering about 1.1 million, are the majority in Rakhine state and smaller communities in Bangladesh, Thailand and Malaysia. The stateless Muslim group are routinely described by human rights organizations as the world's most persecuted people, being denied citizenship and basic rights by the Burmese government. (Photo by Allison Joyce/Getty Images)
COXS BAZAR, BANGLADESH - JANUARY 17:  Recently arrived Rohingya refugees are seen  in the Shamlapur refugee camp on January 17, 2017 in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. 17 refugees share this one house. More than 65,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled to Bangladesh from Myanmar since October last year, after the Burmese army launched a campaign it calls 'clearance operations' in response to an attack on border police on October 9, believed to have been carried out by Rohingya militants. Waves of Rohingya civilians have since fled across the border, most living in makeshift camps and refugee centers with harrowing stories of the Burmese army committing human-rights abuses, such as gang rape, arson and extrajudicial killing. The Rohingya, a mostly stateless Muslim group numbering about 1.1 million, are the majority in Rakhine state and smaller communities in Bangladesh, Thailand and Malaysia. The stateless Muslim group are routinely described by human rights organizations as the 'most oppressed people in the world' and a 'minority that continues to face statelessness and persecution.' (Photo by Allison Joyce/Getty Images)
COX'S BAZAR, BANGLADESH - JANUARY 21: People are seen in the Kutapalong Rohingya refugee camp on January 21, 2017 in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. More than 65,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled to Bangladesh from Myanmar since October last year, after the Burmese army launched a campaign it calls 'clearance operations' in response to an attack on border police on October 9, believed to have been carried out by Rohingya militants. Waves of Rohingya civilians have since fled across the border, most living in makeshift camps and refugee centers with harrowing stories on the Burmese army committing human-rights abuses, such as gang rape, arson and extrajudicial killing. The Rohingya, a mostly stateless Muslim group numbering about 1.1 million, are the majority in Rakhine state and smaller communities in Bangladesh, Thailand and Malaysia. The stateless Muslim group are routinely described by human rights organizations as the world's most persecuted people, being denied citizenship and basic rights by the Burmese government. (Photo by Allison Joyce/Getty Images)