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January 30, 2009
Mohammad Iqbal Hossain's wife Nur Kahtun (C) and mother Asma Khatoon (L) cry at Fadanardal near Cox's...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Mohammad Iqbal Hossain's wife and mother cry at Fadanardal near Cox's Bazar
Mohammad Iqbal Hossain's wife Nur Kahtun (C) and mother Asma Khatoon (L) cry at Fadanardal near Cox's Bazar, January 30, 2009. Iqbal was one of a 250-strong group of stateless Rohingya who left Bangladesh a month ago in a rickety wooden boat, lured by agents promising a job in Malaysia. Now his family is hoping he is one of those who survived brutal treatment at the hands of the Thai military who have admitted to towing hundreds of the Muslim boatpeople from Bangladesh and Myanmar far out in the Andaman Sea before cutting them adrift. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman (BANGLADESH)
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