Exhausted Rohingyas continue to arrive in Bangladesh near the Myanmar Border.

United Nations say nearly 125,000 mostly Rohingya Refugees have entered Bangladesh since a fresh upsurge of violence in Myanmar on August 25, as fears grow of a Humanitarian Crisis in the overstretched camps.

The UN said 123,600 has crossed the Border in the past 11 days from Myanmar’s Violence-Wracked Rakhine State.

Their arrival has raised fears of a fresh humanitarian disaster as already crowded camps in Bangladesh — home to around 400,000 Rohingya Refugees before the latest crisis — struggle to cope with the influx.

The UN’S main coordinator in Bangladesh said in many Refugees are sleeping in the open air and are in dire need of Food and Water after walking for days to reach safety.