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This incredible but harrowing documentary by The New York Times follows a Rohingya family as they flee from genocide in Myanmar and try to start a new life in Bangladesh. Much of the narration comes from Ranjuma, who was 9 months pregnant at the time of their escape. The documentary follows the family for four days, and though they may have escaped danger in their home country, it is shown just how dangerous life on the run is for the people affected by this ongoing crisis.

Documentary|New York Time|Rohingya Family|Refugee Crisis|Myanmar

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