Seven killed in Rohingya refugee camp attack: Bangladesh police

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Attackers have killed at least seven people in an assault on an Islamic seminary in a Rohingya refugee camp on the Bangladesh-Myanmar border, the Bangladeshi police said.

The attackers shot dead some victims and stabbed others with knives, a regional police chief told the AFP news agency on Friday.

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