The deserted refugee camp is seen in Lhokseumawe, Indonesia’s Aceh province, after several hundred Rohingya refugees left. Photo: AFP The deserted refugee camp is seen in Lhokseumawe, Indonesia’s Aceh province, after several hundred Rohingya refugees left. Photo: AFP
The deserted refugee camp is seen in Lhokseumawe, Indonesia’s Aceh province, after several hundred Rohingya refugees left. Photo: AFP
Indonesia

Hundreds of Rohingya go missing from Indonesian refugee camp, feared trafficked to Malaysia

  • Just 112 refugees remain at the makeshift camp in Lhokseumawe, well down from the almost 400 that arrived there last summer
  • Neither local authorities nor the UN could account for the whereabouts of the refugees from the stateless Muslim minority from Myanmar

Topic |   Indonesia
The deserted refugee camp is seen in Lhokseumawe, Indonesia’s Aceh province, after several hundred Rohingya refugees left. Photo: AFP The deserted refugee camp is seen in Lhokseumawe, Indonesia’s Aceh province, after several hundred Rohingya refugees left. Photo: AFP
The deserted refugee camp is seen in Lhokseumawe, Indonesia’s Aceh province, after several hundred Rohingya refugees left. Photo: AFP
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