The army has a long history of violence towards ethnic civilian populations.
At Balukhali refugee camp, unclean water, cramped living quarters and squalid conditions create the prime environment for outbreaks of preventable diseases
Accounts support accusations of widespread rape by Myanmar's army; the government rejects the claims
Registering children and tracing their families is first priority for aid groups but with more than 500,000 arrivals, task is daunting
In the last two months, hundreds of boats loaded with Rohingya Muslims fleeing across the river from Myanmar have arrived near the border town of Teknaf
A government crackdown has forced thousands to flee into neighboring Bangladesh
While minimum wage has risen to about $10 a day, rights groups say female migrant domestic workers continue to face abuses behind closed doors
Many in ethnic groups have pinned their hopes on Aung San Suu Kyi, who’s promised to bring peace between ethnic forces and country’s powerful army