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Inside the hospital treating Rohingya refugees

Al Jazeera Sunday, 17 September 2017
In a Bangladeshi hospital, Rohingya are treated for wounds sustained when the Myanmar army burned down their homes.
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News video: Bangladesh hospital overflows with injured Rohingya

▶ Bangladesh hospital overflows with injured Rohingya 01:24

Corridors at a hospital in Bangladesh are filling up with wounded Rohingya refugees from Myanmar. Bangladesh officials say that injuries like gunshot and blast wounds suggest civilians are getting caught up in what Myanmar calls a military operation against insurgents. Eve Johnson reports.

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