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    Rohingya Boat People Face Deadline and No Homei
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    June 27, 2013 2:55 PM
    A six-month deadline for a “temporary stay” in Thailand ends next month for almost 2,000 boat people who claimed to be Rohingya escaping ethnic violence in Burma - as reports surface of mistreatment at Thai immigration detention centers. Steve Sandford in Thailand spoke to some of the Rohingya about their plight and has this report.]]

    Rohingya Boat People Face Deadline and No Home

    Published June 27, 2013

    A six-month deadline for a “temporary stay” in Thailand ends next month for almost 2,000 boat people who claimed to be Rohingya escaping ethnic violence in Burma - as reports surface of mistreatment at Thai immigration detention centers. Steve Sandford in Thailand spoke to some of the Rohingya about their plight and has this report.]]


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