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Malaysia finds mass graves of 24 suspected tellurian trafficking victims

Malaysian authorities have found mass graves containing a stays of some-more than 20 people believed to be tellurian trafficking victims nearby a limit with Thailand, military pronounced on Sunday.

The heavily forested Thai-Malay limit has been a movement indicate for smugglers bringing people to south-east Asia by vessel from Burma and Bangladesh.

The migrants are mostly hold for release in beggarly apprehension camps and according to some accounts face woe and starvation.

Police unclosed 24 bodies on Saturday in a Bukit Wang Burma area nearby a Malaysian limit with Thailand, tighten to where authorities in May had found hundreds of bodies in bootleg apprehension camps.

“Following on from a operation in that we found … bodies of bootleg immigrants, 24 some-more bodies have been found and dug up,” military pronounced in a statement, adding that a stays had been handed over to medical experts.

It was not immediately transparent if a bodies detected were those of Rohingya, a minority racial organisation in Myanmar, whose members have fled widespread harm in that country.

A crackdown by Thai authorities in May gathering traffickers to desert thousands of migrants on rickety, packed boats in south-east Asian waters, triggering a informal charitable predicament that saw them land in Malaysia and Indonesia after being discovered by fishermen.

Article source: http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/aug/23/malaysia-finds-mass-graves-of-24-suspected-human-trafficking-victims