(Maher Sattar, Joyce Lee/The Washington Post)
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A Rohingya man escaped Burma, scared and badly burned. Then he went back for his mother.
Mohammad Ilias, a Rohingya Muslim refugee, escaped from Burma after its security forces began burning down his village on Aug. 26. In the chaos, he was separated from his mother. A week later, he went back for her.
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