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ASIA-MIGRANTS/ROHINGYA
RTX1ERL1
May 27, 2015
Marmot Rar Sein (R) and Be Be Asha, who were released from a human trafficking boat, talk to reporters...
Sittwe, Myanmar
Marmot Rar Sein(R) and Be Be Asha 20 who released from woman trafficking boat show some people that...
Marmot Rar Sein (R) and Be Be Asha, who were released from a human trafficking boat, talk to reporters as they look at pictures of people they recognised from the boat, at a refugee camp outside Sittwe, Myanmar May 27, 2015. When the Myanmar navy seized the boat used by people smugglers last week, it announced that the 200 people found aboard were mostly Bangladeshis seeking better economic prospects in Southeast Asia. But in interviews with Reuters, people who were on the boat said between 150-200 Rohingya were aboard at one point. Many were quietly whisked away by the traffickers in the week before the navy brought the ship to shore, they said. The number is far larger than what Reuters reported previously. To match Exclusive ASIA-MIGRANTS/ROHINGYA REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
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