Rohingya refugees face dangerous monsoon season in camps
Nearly one-million Rohingya muslim refugees fleeing extreme persecution in Myanmar now have monsoon rains and landslides to contend with in their refugee camps in Bangladesh. The conditions are especially dangerous for the half a million children living in the camps. Unicef's Charlotte Glennie is in Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh. We talked to her a little earlier about the conditions the refugees are facing.