Fire destroys Rohingya shelters in Bangladesh refugee camp
24 March 2021 | 9:07 am
A sprawling fire has devastated a Cox's Bazar camp where Rohingya Muslims live. Humanitarian groups fear it might strip hundreds of thousands of refugees of shelter.
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