The group of 110 making the hazardous month-long journey included women and children.
Escalating violence seen at Rohingya settlements where gangs try to assert control over drug trafficking and intimidate the refugees' civilian leadership.
The event is the latest in a series of incidents where shells have exploded in Bangladesh, but the first to cause a fatality.
UN rights chief meets senior officials in capital Dhaka to assess human rights and conditions of Rohingya refugees.
Police are investigating the cause of a riot at a detention centre in northern Malaysia after more than 500 refugees escaped.
114 refugees, including 35 children, were "weak from hunger and dehydration after a long and severe voyage at sea."
A fire burned down 1,200 houses, affecting about 5,000 people, in Bangladesh's Cox's Bazar, a border district where more than a million Rohingya refugees live.
More than 3,000 Rohingya-run shops have been bulldozed by Bangladeshi authorities since last month, the country's deputy refugee commissioner Shamsud Douza has confirmed.
Around 2,000 Rohingya refugees will be transferred to Bhashan Char island, an area prone to powerful cyclones that have killed around one million people in the last 50 years.
An Argentine court will hear the ordeal of Rohingya and decide whether to initiate a genocide case against Myanmar's military.
Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen says World Bank report "contradicts our philosophy on Rohingya," adding "welfare of the Rohingya lies in repatriation."
Torrential rain and landslides kill at least 14 people, including six Rohingya, as government evacuates thousands of refugees from hilly slopes around Balukhali camp in Cox's Bazar.
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