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World Cup fever still raging in Rohingya refugee camps

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In this picture taken on July 19, 2018, Rohingya refugee children play football at the Kutupalong refugee camp in Ukhia. The World Cup may be over but passion for the game burns bright in the world's largest refugee camp, where Brazil and Argentina flags still flutter alongside the red and green of Bangladesh, which hosts nearly a million Rohingya Muslims forced out of Myanmar. Photo: AFP

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In this picture taken on July 19, 2018, Rohingya refugee children play football at the Kutupalong refugee camp in Ukhia. The World Cup may be over but passion for the game burns bright in the world's largest refugee camp, where Brazil and Argentina flags still flutter alongside the red and green of Bangladesh, which hosts nearly a million Rohingya Muslims forced out of Myanmar. Photo: AFP

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In this picture taken on July 19, 2018, a Rohingya refugee looks on while displaying replica jerseys of the national football teams of Argentina, Brazil and Portugal at a shop in Kutupalong refugee camp in Ukhia. The World Cup may be over but passion for the game burns bright in the world's largest refugee camp, where Brazil and Argentina flags still flutter alongside the red and green of Bangladesh, which hosts nearly a million Rohingya Muslims forced out of Myanmar. Photo: AFP

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In this picture taken on July 19, 2018, a Rohingya refugee looks on while displaying replica jerseys of the national football teams of Argentina, Brazil and Portugal at a shop in the Kutupalong refugee camp in Ukhia. The World Cup may be over but passion for the game burns bright in the world's largest refugee camp, where Brazil and Argentina flags still flutter alongside the red and green of Bangladesh, which hosts nearly a million Rohingya Muslims forced out of Myanmar. Photo: AFP

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In this picture taken on July 19, 2018, Mohammad Jahangir Alam, a fan of Brazilian footballer Neymar, shows his football skills at the Kutupalong refugee camp in Ukhia. The World Cup may be over but passion for the game burns bright in the world's largest refugee camp, where Brazil and Argentina flags still flutter alongside the red and green of Bangladesh, which hosts nearly a million Rohingya Muslims forced out of Myanmar. Photo: AFP

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