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Bangladesh treats thousands of Rohingya refugees for bullet, machete, landmine wounds

COX'S BAZAR, BANGLADESH: Bangladesh said on Thursday it had treated more than 2,350 Rohingya refugees for serious injuries sustained during ethnic violence in Myanmar, including bullet and machete wounds and trauma from landmines. About 422,000 refugees from the stateless Muslim minority have fled Myanmar's westernmost Rakhine State since August 25, overwhelming camps along the border ill-prepared for an influx of desperate civilians. Aid efforts are being stepped up, with a Boeing jumbo jet laden with 100 tonnes of…