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Trafficked Rohingya set for US

26.9.15

Trafficked Rohingya set for US: [dvb.no] There were a total of 29 Rohingya Muslims present at the shelter, 13 of whom will be sent to the United States, Adul said.

“These people here today are the ones that have gone through all the clearance. There are about 190 who are victims of human trafficking, while 135 people are waiting to be deported [to their country of origin],” Adul told reporters.

Adul said his ministry had received a little over 300 people from the Immigration Bureau. They were put into different shelters across the country, including the southern provinces of Surat and Sonkhla and northern Chiang Rai province.

The ministerial visit was also arranged to give moral support to the group of men before their send off, officials said.


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