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12 more bullet-hit Rohingyas admitted to CMCH

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A Correspondent
Chittagong: Twelve more Rohingyas, including a woman and two teenage girls, who have crossed border with bullet wounds, were admitted to Chittagong Medical College Hospital (CMCH) between Saturday night and Sunday morning.
The injured - Sirajunnesa, 28, Md Shaker, 27, Hossian Ali, 45, Mohammad Abdullah, 20, Md Abu Taher, 19, Abul Kalam, 35, Mosammat Adija, 11, Md Hamid Hossain, 40, Fatema, 15, Bashirullah, 28, Karimullah, 46, Mansur Rahman, 25 -- were shifted to the hospital...
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Help resolve Rohingya crisis, President to OIC, int’l community

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Astana: President Abdul Hamid on Sunday urged the OIC member states and the international community to come forward to resolve the ongoing Rohingya crisis in Myanmar and ensure the worst persecuted Rohingya Muslims' rights to live and return to their homeland Rakhine State with safety...
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Rohingya rebels declare truce as desperation hits camps

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Cox's Bazar: Rohingya insurgents, whose attack on Myanmar security forces last month triggered savage mili-tary reprisals, declared a monthlong truce Sunday as refugees continued to flood across the border into Bangla-desh only to face scant basic resources, hunger and...
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Protesting Rohingya persecution continues

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Different political and social organizations on Saturday staged demonstrations in front of the Jatiya Press Club protesting Rohingya persecution by the Myanmar security forces.
Bangladesh Civil Rights Society held a protest rally around 11 am demanding immediate intervention of the...
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BNP for intensified diplomacy to resolve Rohingya crisis

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Staff Reporter
BNP on Saturday called upon the government to immediately intensify its diplomatic efforts to resolve the Rohingya crisis and force Myanmar to take back its citizens taken shelter here.
Speaking at a discussion program, BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir alleged that...
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