Vessel with 90 Rohingya Muslims on board

Thailand’s refusal to recognise Rohingya as refugees leaves them in illegal limbo


ROHINGYA in Myanmar, Bangladesh, Malaysia and Indonesia often experience their own problems, but in Thailand, members of the ethnic minority face extra difficulties because they are not recognised and categorised incorrectly.

A few thousand Rohingya entered Thailand years before the current crisis in Myanmar’s Rakhine state. More than half of them were boat people who took the dangerous journey across the Indian Ocean to Southeast Asia beginning in 2015, while the rest travelled in smaller groups overland to Thailand at about the same time.

Full story: The Nation

By SUPALAK GANJANAKHUNDEE
THE NATION

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