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Rohingya 'showing disobedience'

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A group Rohingya illegal migrants who are living in a shelter in Trang province are setting more conditions and not following the rules, Trang's Shelter for Children and Families chief Parawee Wattasingh said on Sunday. 

Rohingya migrants (File photo by Tawatchai Kemgumnerd)

The shelter in Trang's Muang district is currently accommodating 13 Rohingya migrants, who were transferred from Songkhla province. Twelve of them are under 18 and the other is a middle-aged woman.

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