Hundreds of rohingya remain stucked in detention centres in Thailand and Malaysia, and in refugee camps in Indonesia one year after they disembarked in these countries from boats that were abandoned at sea by smugglers. Photo: EPA
Hundreds of rohingya remain stucked in detention centres in Thailand and Malaysia, and in refugee camps in Indonesia one year after they disembarked in these countries from boats that were abandoned at sea by smugglers. Photo: EPA

Rohingya refugees stuck in captivity in Malaysia, one year on

In total, 390 trafficking victims have spent the past year in detention, despite nominally being freed from captivity in May 2015

Hundreds of rohingya remain stucked in detention centres in Thailand and Malaysia, and in refugee camps in Indonesia one year after they disembarked in these countries from boats that were abandoned at sea by smugglers. Photo: EPA
Hundreds of rohingya remain stucked in detention centres in Thailand and Malaysia, and in refugee camps in Indonesia one year after they disembarked in these countries from boats that were abandoned at sea by smugglers. Photo: EPA
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