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5 more Rohingyas admitted to CMCH

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UNB, Chittagong :
Five more Rohingyas, including two injured in explosion of landmines along Myanmar border, were admitted to Chittagong Medical College Hospital CMCH on Sunday night.
Of the injured---- Mohammad Hasan, 25 and Yusuf Nabi, 28 were injured in landmines blast while crossing the bordering area, said Jahir, sub-inspector of Chittagong Medical College Police camp.
Besides, Nur Hossain, 9, was injured in a road accident, Mohammad Mamun, 25, was admitted to the hospital due to illness and Sohana, a 40-day-old baby, was sufferings from measles.
All the five were brought here from Teknaf Rohingya shelter home on Sunday night. With the five, the total number of injured Rohingyas at CMCH stands at 95 since the Myanmar security forces launched the crackdown against Rohingyas of northern Rakhine State in Myanmar on August 24.

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