With tears running down his cheeks, a Buddhist fisherman from Myanmar told how he was living in fear after his friends were beaten to death by Muslim Rohingya in a brutal attack at an Indonesian detention centre.
Officials move a coffin containing the body of a Buddhist fisherman from Myanmar before cremation at the Pringadi hospital in Medan, Indonesia on April 10, 2013. A group of Myanmar Muslims beat eight Buddhists to death at an Indonesian detention centre on April 5 after becoming enraged at news of deadly communal violence in their homeland, officials said.
"There were too few guards and they just couldn't get into the block" when violence erupted last week, a clearly traumatised Soe Paing told AFP at the overcrowded, two-storey building on Sumatra island.
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