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Rohingya shelter boss struggling to quieten tensions

FEMALE MIGRANTS' SQUABBLES TURN VIOLENT

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SONGKHLA : A temporary shelter for Rohingya women in this southern province is struggling to contain tension and quarrels among occupants. 

Nittaya Mukdamas, head of the Songkhla Women and Children Shelter, told senior officials and members of the National Human Rights Commission during their visit earlier this week that incidents of violence had occurred at the facility.

The Songkhla shelter cares for 105 Rohingya women.

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