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BANGKOK (ANN): Police suspect a group of 65 Rohingya and five Myanmar men may have been trafficked from Bangladesh where over a million of them are being sheltered, after a Thai captain admitted that he was paid to take them across the Andaman Sea to Southeast Asia.BANGKOK (ANN): Police suspect a group of 65 Rohingya and five Myanmar men may have been trafficked from Bangladesh where over a million of them are being sheltered, after a Thai captain admitted that he was paid to take them across the Andaman Sea to Southeast Asia.

Boat captain says he was paid RM13, 314 to take 65 Rohingya to Malaysia - Nation | The Star Online

Refugees in crowded Bangladesh camps are refusing to return to Myanmar, from where they fled violence.Refugees in crowded Bangladesh camps are refusing to return to Myanmar, from where they fled violence.

Rohingya return to Myanmar: Confusion and fear in refugee camps - BBC News

Envoy meets Rohingya activists and Bangladeshi relief officials, discusses repatriation processEnvoy meets Rohingya activists and Bangladeshi relief officials, discusses repatriation process

Chinese Ambassador to Bangladesh Makes 1st Visit to Rohingya Camps

A group of 65 Rohingya Muslims have been found on a shipwrecked boat off the coast of southern Thailand, Navy officials said Wednesday as authorities investigated whether they had been trafficked.The boat was discovered early Tuesday in the Tarutao Marine National Park in southern Thailand, some 400 kilometers (250 miles) from the border of Myanmar. ShipwreckedA group of 65 Rohingya Muslims have been found on a shipwrecked boat off the coast of southern Thailand, Navy officials said Wednesday as authorities investigated whether they had been trafficked.The boat was discovered early Tuesday in the Tarutao Marine National Park in southern Thailand, some 400 kilometers (250 miles) from the border of Myanmar. Shipwrecked

65 Rohingyas found shipwrecked in Thailand - Shipwrecked | The Economic Times

Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen is briefing diplomats stationed in Dhaka on current issues with special focus on the Rohingya crisis.Bangladesh urges the international community to ramp up pressure on Myanmar so that it creates a conducive environment for Rohingya repatriation.

FM briefing diplomats; focus on Rohingya issue| The Daily Star

KUTUPALONG, Bangladesh — Where a year ago there were only the desolate remains of a forest scythed from hills to house hundreds of thousands in the world’s largest refugee camp, Rohingya refugee Hazara Khatun now picks the vegetables she will use for dinner. Inside a small plastic bag hanging from her wrist is the precious […]KUTUPALONG, Bangladesh — Where a year ago there were only the desolate remains of a forest scythed from hills to house hundreds of thousands in the world’s largest refugee camp, Rohingya refugee Hazara Khatun now picks the vegetables she will use for dinner. Inside a small plastic bag hanging from her wrist is the precious […]

Regreening a barren refugee landscape on Myanmar's border

The passengers include 28 men, 31 women and five children.

65 Rohingyas found shipwrecked on Thai island - Newspaper - DAWN.COM

POLICE SUSPECT a group of 65 Rohingya and five Myanmar men may have been trafficked from Bangladesh where over a million of them are being sheltered, after a Thai captain admitted that he was paid to take them across the Andaman Sea to Southeast Asia.POLICE SUSPECT a group of 65 Rohingya and five Myanmar men may have been trafficked from Bangladesh where over a million of them are being sheltered, after a Thai captain admitted that he was paid to take them across the Andaman Sea to Southeast Asia.

Boat captain says he was paid to take 65 Rohingya to Malaysia

The boat is discovered on June 11 in the Tarutao Marine National Park in southern Thailand, some 400 kilometers from the border of MyanmarThe boat is discovered on June 11 in the Tarutao Marine National Park in southern Thailand, some 400 kilometers from the border of Myanmar

65 Rohingyas found shipwrecked in Thailand

Dozens of Rohingya people were found stranded on a beach on Koh Rawee in Satun province on Tuesday morning.Dozens of Rohingya people were found stranded on a beach on Koh Rawee in Satun province on Tuesday morning.

64 Rohingya people found in Satun | Bangkok Post: news

Thai authorities have charged the captain and crew of a boat carrying 65 Rohingya Muslims with assisting illegal immigration after the group was found stranded on a southern Thai island, police said on Wednesday.Thai authorities have charged the captain and crew of a boat carrying 65 Rohingya Muslims with assisting illegal immigration after the group was found stranded on a southern Thai island, police said

Thailand charges crew of stranded Rohingya boat | Deccan Herald

A group of 65 Rohingya Muslims have been found on a shipwrecked boat off the coast of southern Thailand, Navy officials said on Wednesday as authorities investigated whether they had been trafficked.A group of 65 Rohingya Muslims have been found on a shipwrecked boat off the coast of southern Thailand, Navy officials said on Wednesday as authorities investigated whether they had been trafficked.

65 Rohingya Muslims found on shipwrecked boat off southern Thailand; officials to investigate possible case of trafficking - Firstpost

SATUN — Thai officials said they discovered 65 ethnic Rohingya Muslim refugees on Tuesday who were shipwrecked and stranded in southern Thailand. The chief of Tarutao National Marine Park, Kanjanapan Kamhaeng, said the boat carrying the Rohingya was found after several Thai and Myanmar citizens told park officials their ship had broken down. They initially denied […]

65 Rohingya Muslims Found Shipwrecked in Satun

Myanmar is ‘lying’ about Rohingya repatriation, says Foreign Minister MomenForeign Minister AK Abdul Momen has accused Myanmar of ‘lying’ about the issue of the repatriation of the forcefully displaced Rohingya people.

Myanmar is ‘lying’ about Rohingya repatriation, says Foreign Minister Momen - bdnews24.com

Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen has accused Myanmar of ‘lying’ about the issue of the repatriation of the forcefully displaced Rohingya people.

Myanmar is ‘lying’ about Rohingya repatriation, says Foreign Minister Momen

PHOTO: Thai PBS 65 Rohingya were discovered yesterday on Koh Rawi off the coast of Satun province, north-west of Malaysia’s Langkawi island, after their boat’s engine broke down on its way, presumably to Malaysia. One Thai national was identified amongst the group. Authorities are questioning the man into possible involvement in human trafficking. The boat was […]

Police investigating possible Thai links to Rohingya boatpeople marooned on Rawi Island | The Thaiger

BANGKOK (REUTERS) - A fishing boat carrying more than 60 Rohingya Muslims was found beached on an island in southern Thailand on Tuesday (June 11), officials said.. Read more at straitstimes.com.SE Asia News -BANGKOK (REUTERS) - A fishing boat carrying more than 60 Rohingya Muslims was found beached on an island in southern Thailand on Tuesday (June 11), officials said.. Read more at

Thailand charges crew of stranded Rohingya boat, SE Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Rohingya Muslims found stranded on Thai islandA fishing boat carrying more than 60 Rohingya Muslims was found beached on an island in southern Thailand on Tuesday, officials said.

Rohingya Muslims found stranded on Thai island - bdnews24.com

Foreign minister urges diplomats to mount pressure on Myanmar Foreign minister urges diplomats to mount pressure on Myanmar

Rohingya crisis: Momen says increased terror activities will ruin existing investments | Dhaka Tribune