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Rohingya refugees in Pakistan fear for relatives in Myanmar

By Saad Sayeed and Syed Raza Hassan KARACHI (Reuters) - For an estimated 300,000 Rohingya Muslims living in squalor in Pakistan's largest city, the news from Myanmar in the past two weeks is reviving painful memories of the violence that drove many of them here half a century ago. Some say they have got word of relatives being killed in Myanmar's Rakhine state or are not being able to contact family members.
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