The Myanmar Times
Wednesday, 17 September 2014
The Myanmar Times

Religious unrest in Rakhine State

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Fighting in Myanmar's Rakhine State between the Buddhist Rakhine and the Muslim Rohyinga minority has left at least 89 people killed, 136 injured and more than 5000 homes destroyed. The UN says 28,000 people have also been displaced. The Myanmar Times' Head of Photography, Kaung Htet, explores the aftermath of the violence and civil unrest.

- Photos by Kaung Htet / The Myanmar Times