Thailand: Verdict for 103 who buried Rohingya in mass graves

At least 103 people charged with abandoning Rohingya refugees at sea and burying dozens more in mass graves are about to receive their verdicts in Thailand.

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    At least 103 people charged with abandoning Rohingya refugees at sea and burying dozens more in mass graves are about to receive their verdicts in Thailand.

    The cases represent the country’s biggest ever trafficking trial and are connected to the Southeast Asia migrant crisis that began two years ago.

    Al Jazeera's Scott Heidler reports from Bangkok.


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