Abu Seedik and some of his family outside their thatched hut in the Da Paing refugee camp outside Sittwe, the capital of Myanmar’s Rachine state. Seedik lost his home and youngest daughter when mobs set fire to his house during sectarian violence in June 2012. He and his family have been living in the camp since.
Abu Seedik and some of his family outside their thatched hut in the Da Paing refugee camp outside Sittwe, the capital of Myanmar’s Rachine state. Seedik lost his home and youngest daughter when mobs set fire to his house during sectarian violence in June 2012. He and his family have been living in the camp since. Stuart Leavenworth McClatchy
Abu Seedik and some of his family outside their thatched hut in the Da Paing refugee camp outside Sittwe, the capital of Myanmar’s Rachine state. Seedik lost his home and youngest daughter when mobs set fire to his house during sectarian violence in June 2012. He and his family have been living in the camp since. Stuart Leavenworth McClatchy

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