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Rohingya refugees forced into prostitution
2073  Light Myanmar 

Having fled deadly violence two years ago, over a million Rohingya refugees live in sprawling camps in Bangladesh. The conditions are precarious. Refugees are not allowed to work and depend on food handouts. To make ends meet, some women work in the sex industry, others are lured into prostitution abroad with promises of jobs and marriage.

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