Rohingya in a deadlock situationdoor Kristof Vadino
Montas, 30 year old, sits in her shack in the Kutupalong refugee camp near Cox's Bazar and explains: 'The army came in the morning, they entered our house, shot my husband from 1 meter, executed, dead, later I saw they took him to a whole and burned him. 'They took our 3 boys fro me and threw the into the fire. They were 3, 5 and 11 year old. They took me to a house and two men raped me, they slabbed me with their guns, they hit my daughter also, they shot me in the knee, I lost conscience, flames woke me up. They had set our house on fire, I could escape with my daughter. Now I have strong heacaches every day, most when I remember the violence. I can't sleep. I dream every night of the attack. I see my husband in my dream, he says: "Where are my children"?, I only want to go back to my land if we receive citizinship and justice. Please International Community, help us.' More than 1 million Rohingya refugees live in Bangladesh now. The situation was not altered when photographing.