It has been nearly three years since sectarian violence swept through Myanmar's western Rakhine State. Tens of thousands of Muslim Rohingya and Buddhist Rakhine people remain in camps for displaced people. Now a boat people crisis in the region has turned international attention back on the Rohingya. VOA's Colin Lovett visited two of the camps to find out how the residents are faring.
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