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Rohingya boat capsizes in Bay of Bengal; at least 16 dead

Seattle Times Tuesday, 11 February 2020
DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) — An overcrowded boat carrying about 125 Rohingya refugees from Bangladeshi camps sank early Tuesday in the Bay of Bengal, leaving at least 16 dead, Bangladeshi officials said Tuesday. The coast guard, navy divers and other rescuers recovered the bodies of 14 women, one child and a man after the wooden boat […]
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Seventy people rescued after overcrowded boat heading for Malaysia sank in Bay of Bengal, officials say.

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