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Myanmar navy seizes boat with 727 migrants government saysMANILA — Myanmar's Navy intercepted a Chinese-made vessel around 5 a.m. Monday in the Bay of Bengal.Military spokesman Brig. Gen. Prakrung Ratchan told reporters in the southern port city of Mandalay that the detained merchant vessel was carrying 727 migrants, most of whom were from Bangladesh.He said more were still on board.ADVERTISEMENTOfficials from the National Human Rights Commission and the International Organizatio천안안마n for Migration (IOM) reported that the Chine카지노톡se-made boat was illegally arriving in Myanmar on April 7 and 7 being held in a floating boat in the Bay of Bengal.The boat's cargo included 730 Rohingya refugees, many of whom were found to be refugees with "serious physical, mental, emotional or cultural conditions.""The boat is holding them in a makeshift prison with very little medical treatme카지노 사이트nt," said UN Human Rights Committee Special Rapporteur on Human Rights and Forced Labour, Nadine Drenck.She added that authorities also failed to register these cases as they were "without legal status" or any form of protection.Brig. Gen. Prakrung Ratchan said the detained migrants were being investigated and "investigated" by the National Human Rights Commission, which is handling the situation, as well as IOM."All this is the first step of what is expected to be a long investigation process that is under way," the Army chief said."We want to assure them that the United States does not consider the issue as something of concern. The United States does not care one iota if their boat is being diverted into Myanmar."The migrants were brought into the country as refugees in February, in the wake of a fierce crackdown by the military, which killed hundreds."The illegal entry of migrants into the country by boat was only recently brought to light," said Drenck, adding that the Myanmar government is yet to provide adequate accommodation to the refugees, adding that the refugees are also facing health issues.Ratchan said the Myanmar navy would conduct "the highest level of care to each and every refugee, including all medical care."He said the Myanmar government is also helping with medical treatment and protection.ADVERTISEMENT"And I assure them this government will take concrete steps to address these human rights issues," he said.Human Rights Watch condemned Myanmar's action, saying the detention of migrants in the Bay of Benga



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Myanmar navy seizes boat with 727 migrants government says

MANILA — Myanmar’s Navy intercepted a Chinese-made vessel around 5 a.m. Monday in the Bay of Bengal.

Military spokesman Brig. Gen. Prakrung Ratchan told reporters in the southern port city of Mandalay that the detained merchant vessel was carrying 727 migrants, most of whom were from Bangladesh.

He said more were still on board.

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Officials from the National Human Rights Commission and the International Organizatio천안안마n for Migration (IOM) reported that the Chine카지노톡se-made boat was illegally arriving in Myanmar on April 7 and 7 being held in a floating boat in the Bay of Bengal.

The boat’s cargo included 730 Rohingya refugees, many of whom were found to be refugees with “serious physical, mental, emotional or cultural conditions.”

“The boat is holding them in a makeshift prison with very little medical treatme카지노 사이트nt,” said UN Human Rights Committee Special Rapporteur on Human Rights and Forced Labour, Nadine Drenck.

She added that authorities also failed to register these cases as they were “without legal status” or any form of protection.

Brig. Gen. Prakrung Ratchan said the detained migrants were being investigated and “investigated” by the National Human Rights Commission, which is handling the situation, as well as IOM.

“All this is the first step of what is expected to be a long investigation process that is under way,” the Army chief said.

“We want to assure them that the United States does not consider the issue as something of concern. The United States does not care one iota if their boat is being diverted into Myanmar.”

The migrants were brought into the country as refugees in February, in the wake of a fierce crackdown by the military, which killed hundreds.

“The illegal entry of migrants into the country by boat was only recently brought to light,” said Drenck, adding that the Myanmar government is yet to provide adequate accommodation to the refugees, adding that the refugees are also facing health issues.

Ratchan said the Myanmar navy would conduct “the highest level of care to each and every refugee, including all medical care.”

He said the Myanmar government is also helping with medical treatment and protection.

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“And I assure them this government will take concrete steps to address these human rights issues,” he said.

Human Rights Watch condemned Myanmar’s action, saying the detention of migrants in the Bay of Benga