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Rohingya trafficking victims stuck in captivity, one year on | World news | The Guardian

29.5.16

Rohingya trafficking victims stuck in captivity, one year on | World news | The Guardian: In total, 390 trafficking victims – 325 Rohingya and 65 Bangladeshis – have spent the past year in detention, despite nominally being freed from captivity in May 2015, in research Amnesty will be publishing in the coming weeks.

'They hit us, with hammers, by knife': Rohingya migrants tell of horror at sea

Their plight drew the world’s attention this time last year after it was discovered that they had been abandoned by their traffickers and left to drift at sea on packed trawlers without any food.


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