About 22,000 Muslims were displaced by fresh violence in western Burma that killed dozens of Muslims and seen whole neighborhoods razed.
The latest figures is 21,700 Muslims displaced and more than 4,000 Muslim houses destroyed, according to polytheist government estimates.
Violence of the Buddhist majority against stateless Muslim Rohingya minority have been rife since June. Tens of thousands Muslims were living in camps around Sittwe, the state capital of Rakhine state, already before the latest flare-up. The total number of Muslims is now estimated to be around 100,000.
Politheist security forces were deployed to the affected areas where violence erupted on October 21. More than 80 Muslims have been killed in the last week, according to a polytheist government official, bringing the total toll since June to above 170.
In Minbya, one of the townships affected by violence, more than 4,000 Muslims were made homeless after hundreds of properties in six villages were torched by polytheists.