people on July 27, the Al Jazeera news website said, the influence of monsoon rainstorms has caused flash flooding. and mudslides at Plukkali, a camp for millions of Rohingya refugees from Myanmar. Located in the city of Cox's Bazar in southeastern Bangladesh
, Shah Rezvan Hayat, deputy director of the Bangladesh Refugee Committee, said: Sheds made of bamboo and covered with plastic panels. was crushed by a mudslide At least six people have been killed, including a child, and two others are injured, as thousands more Rohingya refugees have fled the natural disaster.
The Bureau of Meteorology also warned of continued heavy rainfall in the coming weeks,
with Rohingya fleeing Myanmar's crackdown and violence. More than 700,000 people have come to camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh since August 2017, and more than 300,000 have migrated to the camp decades earlier.
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