Tortured, sold as a slave three times and haunted with guilt after watching his cousin drown, Bangladeshi teenager Khaled Hossain fears he will never recover from the trauma of his failed attempt to reach EuropeTortured, sold as a slave three times and haunted with guilt after watching his cousin drown, Bangladeshi teenager Khaled Hossain fears he will never recover from the trauma of his failed attempt to reach Europe.
Les gardes-côtes du Bangladesh ont récupéré les corps de 11 enfants, deux femmes et un homme. Les dépouilles ont été charriées sur le rivage de Shah Porir Dwip, localité à la pointe sud de ce pays pauvre d'Asie du Sud. Le nombre exact de disparus est inconnu. Selon les témoignages, entre 60 et 100 personnes se trouvaient à bord de l'embarcation qui a chaviré dans une mer houleuse. 13 ont été secourues côté bangladais et certaines auraient pu nager jusqu'à la rive birmane.
The arrival of more than half a million Rohingya refugees who have fled an army crackdown in Myanmar's troubled Rakhine state since August 25 has put an immense strain on already packed camps in Bangladesh (AFP Photo/FRED DUFOUR)A top UN official said Saturday Bangladesh's plan to build the world's biggest refugee camp for 800,000-plus Rohingya Muslims was dangerous because overcrowding could heighten the risks of deadly diseases spreading quickly.
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Selecting a term
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