Eight killed in Bangladesh clashes


DACCA: In Bangladesh, at least eight people have been killed in clashes in Rohingya camps.

More than 100 Rohingya have been killed since 2018 in incidents human rights groups say are extrajudicial killings. But police say the victims were caught in the “crossfire” during shoot-outs with suspected drug smugglers.

The camps in Bangladesh host nearly a million Rohingyas since 2017 when a sweeping military crackdown forced them to flee their homes in Myanmar.

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