Emergency service workers are seen at a branch of the Commonwealth Bank after a fire injured customers in Melbourne, Australia Nov. 18, 2016. AAP/Julian Smith/via REUTERS
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Myanmar man accused of self-immolation in Australian bankA 21-year-old man accused of injuring 26 bystanders when he set himself on fire with gasoline in a bank branch in Australia's second-largest city was identified Saturday as a Myanmar asylum seeker who had been waiting three years to be accepted as a refugee.Curr did not know why Noor had allegedly decided to set himself alight.A member of Myanmar's minority-Muslim Rohingya community in Melbourne, Habib Habib, said Noor speaks Rohingya, although he might not himself identify as Rohingya.Acting Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce on Saturday declined to comment on Noor's refugee claim.
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