Now in Bangladesh, 20 Muslims and Hindus gave interviews in which they recounted how they were forced out of their village of Kha Maung Seik in Myanmar's Rakhine State on Aug. 25.
"The military brought some Rakhine Buddhists with them and torched the village," said Kadil Hussein, 55.
"All the Muslims in our village, about 10,000, fled. Some were killed by gunshots, the rest came here. There's not a single person left."
Hussein is staying with hundreds of other new arrivals at the Kutapalong refugee settlement, already home to thousands of Rohingya who fled earlier.