A Photographer Documents Rohingya Muslims’ Trauma

A.M. Ahad talks about photographing survivors of a brutal attack on Rohingya Muslims in Chut Pyin, Myanmar, last year. “They really want to share their stories.” Photo: A.M. Ahad for The Wall Street Journal

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Thousands of people across Myanmar (also known as Burma), are displaced, unable to return to their homes. The United Nations estimates that more than 168,000 people have been displaced since inter-community conflict erupted in 2012.

About 500,000 people have sought shelter in Bangladesh since violence erupted in Myanmar in late August 2017, according to the United Nations.