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300 Rohingya mark 2nd anniversary of Wang Kelian 'migrant' mass graves find | New Straits Times | Malaysia General Business Sports and Lifestyle News

24.5.17

300 Rohingya mark 2nd anniversary of Wang Kelian 'migrant' mass graves find | New Straits Times | Malaysia General Business Sports and Lifestyle News: The second anniversary gathering was jointly organised by Malaysian Consultative Council of Islamic Organisations (Mapim) and Penang Stop Human Rights Campaign.

Recalling the ordeal at one of the camps, one of the survivors, Aman Ullaj, 19, said some of his friends were tortured while others left to die at the camps.

"I am still haunted by the memories. I remembered being moved from one camp to another and those who were too weak would be left behind to die." he said.


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