Almost 300 Rohingya refugees arrive in Indonesia’s Aceh province
Monday, 7 September 2020
LHOKSEUMAWE: Almost 300 Rohingya refugees believed to have been at sea for six months landed in Indonesia’s Aceh province early on Monday, Indonesian authorities said. Acehnese police said a wooden boat carrying the Rohingya was spotted by local fishermen several kilometres (miles) off the coast of Lhokseumawe, before landing at Ujung Blang Beach just after midnight “There are...
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