An injured elderly woman and her relatives rush to a hospital on an auto-rickshaw, near the border town of Kutupalong, Bangladesh. The Rohingya woman encountered a landmine that blew off the right leg while trying to cross into Bangladesh. Photo: AP An injured elderly woman and her relatives rush to a hospital on an auto-rickshaw, near the border town of Kutupalong, Bangladesh. The Rohingya woman encountered a landmine that blew off the right leg while trying to cross into Bangladesh. Photo: AP
An injured elderly woman and her relatives rush to a hospital on an auto-rickshaw, near the border town of Kutupalong, Bangladesh. The Rohingya woman encountered a landmine that blew off the right leg while trying to cross into Bangladesh. Photo: AP

Bangladesh to protest border landmines as blasts injure Rohingya fleeing Myanmar

The victims among 125,000 Rohingya who have abandoned their homes in Rakhine for Bangladesh

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An injured elderly woman and her relatives rush to a hospital on an auto-rickshaw, near the border town of Kutupalong, Bangladesh. The Rohingya woman encountered a landmine that blew off the right leg while trying to cross into Bangladesh. Photo: AP An injured elderly woman and her relatives rush to a hospital on an auto-rickshaw, near the border town of Kutupalong, Bangladesh. The Rohingya woman encountered a landmine that blew off the right leg while trying to cross into Bangladesh. Photo: AP
An injured elderly woman and her relatives rush to a hospital on an auto-rickshaw, near the border town of Kutupalong, Bangladesh. The Rohingya woman encountered a landmine that blew off the right leg while trying to cross into Bangladesh. Photo: AP
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