Thousands of Rohingya refugees who escaped an ethnic cleansing campaign in Myanmar are once again forced to find new shelter after days of heavy rainfall caused landslides and flooding that destroyed dwellings and killed at least 14 people. The camps in Cox Bazaar, Bangladesh, which hosts more than 1 million Rohingya Muslims, experienced almost a foot of rain in just 24 hours — nearly half the average July rainfall in one day. Deadly fire, disease and now floods are continuing to prolong the suffering of Rohingyas, as strict COVID-19 measures and vaccine inequality is further compounding the issue. “We are having a nightmarish life,” even after escaping to Bangladesh, said Mohammad Jubair, a Rohingya volunteer. (New York Times $, Associated PressGuardianAl Jazeera)