THIS is the extraordinary moment a wild elephant went on the rampage through a Bangladesh refugee camp - killing two people, including a child. The horrifying incident unfolded at the massive Kutupalong camp in the southeastern border district of Cox's Bazar. Here hundreds of thousands of Rohingya have taken refuge after fleeing what UN officials have called ethnic cleansing in Myanmar's Rakhine state. But the area is also home to more than 100 elephants.
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Selecting a term
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