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  • Iraq says it will take $88b to rebuild Iraq, include Mosul's destroyed Old City
  • Health worker at NGO clinic in Pakistan
    Samia Naz has started delivering babies at an NGO-run clinic, even though she has not been formally trained to do so.
  • Woman and baby
    Mehreen Bibi, 24, sits down at a free NGO-run health clinic near her home in Bhagwal in Pakistan’s Punjab province. Pregnant and worried, Bibi hopes to see a doctor about her pregnancy, but she can’t afford to travel to a government-run clinic.
  • Labourers work at a new construction site near Hla Poe Kaung village in Myanmar’s northern Rakhine State in late January 2018.
    Labourers work at a new construction site near Hla Poe Kaung village in Myanmar’s northern Rakhine State in late January 2018.
  • Nurul Hoque sealed his family’s ID cards and old photos in plastic after arriving in Bangladesh. He keeps them under his pillow when he sleeps.
    Nurul Hoque, a Rohingya refugee from Myanmar, sealed his family’s ID cards and old photos in plastic after arriving in Bangladesh. He keeps them under his pillow when he sleeps.
  • A Rohingya refugee settlement in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
    A view of a Rohingya refugee settlement in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. Aid groups estimate that more than 900,000 Rohingya refugees now live in the area.
  • Refugee homes in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
    Rohingya refugees have etched their fragile homes into slippery hillsides or along floodplains. Aid groups fear a cyclone or monsoon rains could be a disaster in Bangladesh’s packed refugee camps.
  • Asylum seekers protest Israel's deportation plan outside the Rwandan embassy
  • Dil Mohammed, 70, fled his village in Rakhine State in January 2018
    Dil Mohammed, 70, fled his village in Rakhine State in January, just before repatriations were first scheduled to begin. Between 14 and 20 January 2018, an estimated 506 new refugees arrived in Bangladesh, according to the UN’s refugee agency.
  • Asel shortly after her return to Sirte in November 2018
  • A young girl rests on a beam in her house in Sindhupalchok, Nepal, which is being rebuilt after the 2015 earthquake
    A young girl rests on a beam in her house in Sindhupalchok, which is being rebuilt after the 2015 earthquake
  • A Nepal Police officer looks out from an anti-trafficking check post in Sundhupalchok
    A Nepal Police officer looks out from an anti-trafficking check post in Sundhupalchok
  • Guransh Gurung of the NGO Shakti Samuha, which fights human trafficking, in the office in Chautara
    Guransh Gurung of the NGO Shakti Samuha, which fights human trafficking, in the office in Chautara
  • A Rohingya man looks away from the camera
    Noor Mohammed was part of a wave of Rohingya refugees who fled to Bangladesh in 1991. He returned to Myanmar in the 1990s, but now he says he won't go back again.
  • Gum Sha Awng, who works with the Metta Development Foundation, worries that the conflict in northern Myanmar has been overshadowed.
    Gum Sha Awng, who works with the Metta Development Foundation, worries that the conflict in northern Myanmar has been overshadowed.
  • Sunjuddin Rohingya refugee
    Sunjuddin fled Myanmar after August’s violence. He fears he will have nowhere else left to go if his new tarpaulin-roofed home in Bangladesh’s Rohingya camps is hit by a heavy cyclone in the coming months.
  • Density map, Cox's Bazar
    A map by the group coordinating aid to Rohingya refugees shows the extreme density levels in a giant settlement between Kutupalong and Balukhali in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. Dark brown shading indicates space of less than 10 square metres per person.
  • A signboard supporting Myanmar's defacto leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, is seen in Myitkyina.
    A signboard supporting Myanmar's defacto leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, is seen in Myitkyina. Myanmar's national peace process, promoted by Suu Kyi, has stalled.
  • A boy stands in the middle of a displacement camp on a church compound near Myitkyina
    A boy stands in the middle of a displacement camp on a church compound near Myitkyina.
  • A child in Bangladesh's Rohingya refugee camps
    Density is extreme in Bangladesh’s Rohingya refugee camps. The amount of livable space, less than 10 square metres per person in many cases, is far below even bare minimum international standards.

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