Human rights campaigners have called for action to end the violence in Burma after a week of sectarian unrest that has shaken the country.
Muslims trying to escape the clashes have taken to rickety wooden boats in an attempt to reach refugee camps but some have still not made it to land.
As nine boats remained unaccounted for, Human Rights Watch called on Burma’s reformist government to protect Muslims from “vicious” attacks.
The New York-based group has released satellite images of what it claims is the “near total destruction” of a coastal community around Kyaukpyu.
It identified more than 811 destroyed buildings and houseboats across an area measuring 35 acres after alleged arson attacks on October 24.