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Death and despair: Rescued Rohingya describe high-seas terror

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Rohingya say they were forced to drink urine to stay alive on four-month sea journey

Death and despair: Rescued Rohingya describe high-seas terror

By AFP | 11 months ago

Rohingya survivors tell of misery and death at sea; hundreds still adrift

Rohingya survivors tell of misery and death at sea; hundreds still adrift

For years,Rohingya from Myanmar and Bangladesh have fled by boat for Thailand and Malaysia when the seas are calm between October and April.

Reuters | 1 year ago

Myanmar navy finds 727 migrants packed in boat: ministry

Myanmar's navy found 727 people crammed on a fishing boat in its waters, the Ministry of Information said in a Facebook post Friday, adding the would-be "Bengali" migrants had been towed to an island.

AFP | 6 years ago

Top UN court rules on Myanmar genocide case

The UN's top court will announce Thursday whether it will allow a case accusing Myanmar of genocide against Rohingya Muslims to go ahead

AFP | 1 year ago

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