Three killed in Bangladesh Rohingya refugee camp stampede
Saturday, 16 September 2017 Two children and a woman were killed in a stampede for aid near a Bangladesh refugee camp, UN agencies said Saturday amid widespread fights among Rohingya for food and clothing thrown from relief trucks.
The incident occurred yesterday at Balukhali in Coxs Bazar district where tens of thousands of Muslim Rohingya have camped...
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