Bangladesh sends Rohingya refugees back

Bangladesh has forcibly sent back 90 Rohingya Muslims trying to escape violence in Myanmar, just hours after troops there fired on them.

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    Bangladesh has forcibly sent back 90 Rohingya Muslims trying to escape violence in Myanmar, just hours after troops there fired on them.

    Bangladesh says thousands of refugees have assembled near the border, trying to enter the country.

    Al Jazeera's Brandice Alexander reports.


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