Burnt debris of boats on the bank of the Naf River on the Shah Porir Dwip island in Bangladesh. The Bangladeshi Border Service does not allow Bangladeshi boatmen to navigate the river because they bring Rohingya refugees from Myanmar. Those who try to cross the border get their boats burnt down.
12-year-old Aminul Mustofa was shot by a Burmese soldier as he was crossing the Burmese-Bangladeshi border. The boy has been sick for two months and is being treated by a Rohingya village doctor from Myanmar. His wound is so severe that the child may die without more substantial help.
After waiting for four days at the Anjuman Para shelter at the border between Myanmar and Bangladesh, Rohingya refugees were allowed by the Bangladeshi Border Service to proceed to a refugee camp in Ukiah. Earlier, the border service would not let the people go because one of the Rohingyas carried a weapon.