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Boat capsizes in Bangladesh killing 15 Rohingya refugees

WorldNews Tuesday, 11 February 2020
Boat capsizes in Bangladesh killing 15 Rohingya refugees(CNN)A vessel carrying Rohingya refugees capsized in the Bay of Bengal Tuesday, killing at least 15 people, Bangladeshi authorities told CNN. The wooden fishing boat carrying 130 Rohingya capsized near Saint...
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Seventy people rescued after overcrowded boat heading for Malaysia sank in Bay of Bengal, officials say.

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