Abdul Kareem, a Rohingya Muslim man, carries his mother, Alima Khatoon, to a refugee camp after crossing over from Myanmar into Bangladesh last week. After a series of attacks by Muslim militants in August, security forces and allied mobs retaliated by burning down thousands of homes in the enclaves of the predominantly Buddhist nation where the Rohingya live. (AP Photo/Dar Yasin, File)

Rohingya Muslims are being wiped off Myanmar’s map

More than 500,000 people have fled to neighboring Bangladesh in the past year.

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