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UN: Surge in births among Rohingya rape victims

Pramila Patten, UNSG’s Special Rep. on Sexual Violence in Conflict, says some women have had terminations, while others have given birth and want the babies to be fostered.

'Everybody's talking about them, but who's talking with them?'

They stand among the ramshackle surroundings of their new lives, staring intently into the camera. For a handful of the estimated 700,000 Rohingya refugees who have fled across the border from Myanmar to overcrowded, under-resourced refugee camps in neighboring Bangladesh, this is a rare chance to tell their stories.