MP sees ‘horrors’ of Rohingya refugee camps Dr Rosena Allin-Khan treats a child in the refugee camp
by LAUREN CODLING A DOCTOR who is also a Labour MP has spoken of the “heart-breaking” and “horrendous” scenes she witnessed at the Rohingya refugee camps earlier this month. Dr Rosena Allin-Khan, who represents Tooting in south London, spent three days among the Rohingya in Bangladesh and witnessed first-hand the suffering of refugees who fled Myanmar. She told Eastern Eye about her experiences, including stories she had heard of women being dragged away by their hair and gang-raped; men being mutilated and murdered; and children and babies being captured by soldiers and thrown into fires. “The trauma of what they…
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