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Suspected Uighur Asylum Seekers Staying Mum in Thai Detentioni
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March 21, 2014 11:59 AM
In southern Thailand, some 200 unidentified Muslim migrants seeking resettlement in Turkey are being held by Thai authorities. Steve Sandford reports from Hat Yai, Thailand, where authorities are trying to piece together who the people are and where they should be sent.

Suspected Uighur Asylum Seekers Staying Mum in Thai Detention

Published March 21, 2014

In southern Thailand, some 200 unidentified Muslim migrants seeking resettlement in Turkey are being held by Thai authorities. Steve Sandford reports from Hat Yai, Thailand, where authorities are trying to piece together who the people are and where they should be sent.


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