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Murders leave Rohingya camps gripped by fear

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A spate of murders is fuelling unease in the Rohingya camps on the Bangladesh-Myanmar border, where overstretched police are struggling to protect nearly a million traumatised refugees from violent gangs.

Added on the 17/08/2018 06:00:00 - Copyright : AFP EN

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