Cox's Bazar fire: Thousands of Rohingya refugees are without shelter or food
Not too long ago, Camp 9 of Rohingya refugees in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, was full of makeshift shelters, full of lives, full of temporary infrastructures - a densely populated place. But after a fire ripped through the world’s largest refugee camp on 22 March, 2021, thousands of people have been left without shelter, living under the open sky. The camp looks barren. The smell of smoke is everywhere.