Family of Rohingya refugees killed in Bangladesh

Family of Rohingya refugees killed in Bangladesh

Mohammed Ismail said four of his relatives were killed by gunmen at the Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh between April and October last year. He remembers the September night when he says he almost met the same fate: masked men kidnapped him, cut off parts of his left arm and leg and dumped him in a canal.

They repeatedly asked me why I gave my personal details to the police, Ismail, seated on a plastic mat with his left limbs covered in white bandage and cloth, said at the Kutupalong refugee camp. I kept telling them I didn't know anything about them and had not provided any information. About 730,000 Rohingya, a mostly Muslim minority in Myanmar for centuries but denied citizenship in the Buddhist-majority nation since 1982, fled to Bangladesh in 2017 to escape a military crackdown. Near the border, nearly 1 million people live in tens of thousands of huts made of bamboo and thin plastic sheets, including others who migrated in previous waves.

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