Three people have been killed in new clashes between Muslims and Buddhists in the state of Rakhine in western Myanmar.
The BBC reports 300 houses in a number of villages have been burnt down.
A state of emergency was declared in Rakhine in June after clashes between the two communities.
Tensions in Rakhine have remained high since then.
The trouble began in late May when a Buddhist woman was raped and murdered by three Muslims.
A mob later killed 10 Muslims in retaliation, although they were unconnected with the earlier incident.
The latest clashes began late on Sunday night in Min Bya and spread on Monday.