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Fire tears through Bangladesh refugee camp

A large fire has destroyed part of a crowded Rohingya refugee camp in southeastern Bangladesh.

The blaze is believed to have engulfed around 2,000 shelters – made from bamboo and tarpaulin – at Cox’s Bazar camp, leaving an estimated 12,000 people without any accommodation.

There were no reported casualties and the cause of the fire is not yet known.

Read more: Huge fire engulfs Rohingya camp in Bangladesh


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