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Wounded Rohingya overwhelm Bangladesh hospital

Nurses at the Bangladeshi hospital treating 16-year-old Rohingya refugee Mohammad Junaed for a bullet wound have had to tie him to his bed to stop him jumping out of it in pain whenever the morphine starts to wear off. The traumatised teenager should be in intensive care after he was shot in the head allegedly by soldiers in his native Myanmar just days ago. But his family, who fled the fighting across the border with little more than the clothes they were wearing, have no way of paying the fees.
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