Fleeing Rohingya refugees recall Myanmar attacks

There has been a new wave of Rohingya fleeing attacks in Myanmar to find refuge in neighbouring Bangladesh. Some of them have recalled how their loved ones were shot dead, allegedly by Myanmar's army.

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    There has been a new wave of Rohingya fleeing attacks in Myanmar to find refuge in neighbouring Bangladesh.

    Some of them have recalled how their loved ones were shot dead, allegedly by Myanmar's army.

    Al Jazeera's Jonah Hull reports from Cox's Bazar, in Bangladesh.


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