Myanmar refugees to be sent back from Thailand

After decades of living in border camps, tens of thousands of refugees could be sent back to Myanmar.

    Thailand's new military government is making plans to send tens of thousands of refugees back to neighbouring Myanmar.

    Some have been living in camps along the border for decades and are still afraid of going home.

    Wayne Hay reports from the Thailand-Myanamr border. 

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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