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Malaysia deports 1,086 Myanmar nationals despite court order

Video Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO - Duration: 07:59s - Published
Malaysia deports 1,086 Myanmar nationals despite court order

Malaysia deports 1,086 Myanmar nationals despite court order

Immigration chief says the group was sent back on three Myanmar navy ships and do not include Rohingya or asylum seekers.


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