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Five Rohingya flee from shelter

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Five Rohingya Muslims who were allegedly victims of a rape and a human trafficking attempt late last month have escaped from a temporary shelter in Phangnga province, the shelter head said Tuesday. 

Dararat Suthes, head of the Phangnga Shelter for Children and Family, confirmed the five were among a group of Rohingya who had escaped from the shelter last week.

Five female Rohingya _ a mother, 25, her daughters, aged 12 and nine, and two other women _ were allegedly lured from the Phangnga state shelter on May 27 by two men, Veerayut Ferngfu, from Tai Muang police station and Korlimula Ramahaty, a Rohingya man.

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