Staving off disease in Rohingya refugee camps
A Rohingya refugee boy who crossed the border from Myanmar a day before, gets an oral cholera vaccine, distribmore
Rohingya refugees who crossed the border from Myanmar a day before, receive bottles of water as they wait to rmore
A woman comforts her husband suffering from severe diarrhoea at a dysentery clinic run by Medical Teams Internmore
A Rohingya refugee child gets an oral cholera vaccine, distributed by the World Health Organisation (WHO) withmore
Bottles with cholera vaccines to be distributed among Rohingya refugees in a refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Ocmore
Temporary healthcare centers, where the oral cholera vaccine provided by the WHO is administered, are seen marmore
A man who was brought with some injuries and suffering from severe diarrhoea, recovers at a dysentery clinic rmore
A child suffering from severe diarrhoea is brought to a dysentery clinic run by Medical Teams International atmore
Bruce Murray, a physician at the dysentery clinic run by Medical Teams International, rests after treating patmore
A woman holds her child suffering from severe diarrhoea at a dysentery clinic run by Medical Teams Internationmore
People suffering from severe diarrhoea lie in beds as they are treated at a dysentery clinic run by Medical Temore
A Rohingya refugee child gets an oral cholera vaccine in a refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, October 11, 2017. Aimore
A healthcare member counts the cholera vaccines in the Jamtoli refugee camp in Cox's Bazar, October 10, 2017. more
Rohingya refugee volunteers line up with numbers to form groups before the cholera vaccine distribution in a rmore
Rohingya refugees gather in front of a temporary healthcare center to get an oral cholera vaccine in the Jamtomore
A healthcare member applies a gentian violet mark on a Rohingya refugee's finger after administering cholera vmore
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Firefighters gained ground on wildfires that killed at least 40 people in the past week, hundreds are still missing.
Thousands more Rohingya refugees cross the border into Bangladesh from Myanmar.
The sky turns red as dust from the Sahara carried by storm Ophelia filters sunlight over London.