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Hindus who fled the area have told AFP that masked men stormed into their community that day and hacked victims to death with machetes before dumping them into freshly-dug pits.
Four Hindu women displaced in Bangladesh told AFP they were among the eight who escaped the massacre in the same area of Kha Maung Seik, with eight children in tow.'We begged for our lives, asking they spare the women,' 22-year-old Bina Sheel told AFP at a small village for Hindu refugees in the Bangladeshi border district of Cox's Bazar.'They asked if we would marry them.
We said yes, to save our lives.'All four women said they were taken to Rohingya Muslim camps inside Bangladesh by the attackers.
But vast swathes of the border region are now completely emptied of Muslim residents.
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