Entire Muslim Rohingya villages in Myanmar have been demolished and replaced by police barracks, government buildings and refugee relocation camps, the BBC has found.
Four locations where secure facilities have been built on what satellite images show were once Rohingya settlements, says a BBC report.
In 2017 more than 700,000 Rohingya fled to Bangladesh from Myanmar during a military operation.
Access to Rakhine is normally tightly restricted. We travelled in a government convoy, and were not allowed to film or interview people without police supervision.