Heavy monsoon rains trigger floods and landslides in Rohingya camps in Bangladesh | The World

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At least 17 people have died and thousands displaced as floods trigger landslides at a mass-refugee camp in Bangladesh. It’s the second disaster to hit Cox’s Bazar this year after fires tore through the settlement several months ago. As Tyson Whelan reports, aid groups are calling for support as the extent of the damage becomes clear.

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