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Nov 22, 2017

Bangladeshi hospitals and international aid agencies are struggling to provide medical care for all the Rohingya refugees, many of whom have suffered horrific injuries and psychological trauma.
Time to act United Nations!!!

Bullets and burns: injured Rohingya refugees
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Rohingya refugee Mohamed Jabair, 21, poses for a photograph to show burns on his bodies, which he said he sustained when his house was set on fire in Myanmar, at Kutupalang refugee camp, near Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh, October 17, 2017. Knocked unconscious and badly burned, Jabair was carried by his brother and others for four days to Cox's Bazar. "I was blind for many weeks and admitted to a government hospital in Cox's Bazar for 23 days. I was frightened that I would be blind forever," he said. Jabair said money sent by relatives in Malaysia had run out and he could no longer afford treatment. JORGE SILVA/REUTERS

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