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World Cup fever still raging in Rohingya refugee camps


The World Cup may be over but passion for the game burns bright in the world's largest refugee camp, where Brazil and Argentina flags still flutter alongside the red and green of Bangladesh, which hosts nearly a million Rohingya Muslims forced out of Myanmar.

Added on the 20/07/2018 08:00:00 - Copyright : AFP EN

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