Thailand: Karen refugees return home amid ceasefire deal

Around 70,000 mainly ethnic Karen refugees live in camps after fleeing civil war and persecution in Myanmar. The Thai government says it will ask them all to go back, but won’t force them. Many have already returned home.

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    Around 70,000 mainly ethnic Karen refugees live in camps after fleeing civil war and persecution in Myanmar.

    The Thai government says it will ask them all to go back, but won’t force them.

    Many have already returned home.

    Al Jazeera’s Wayne Hay reports from Yangon.


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