Displaced Syrians cross the Rubicon (Bangkok Post)

Amman, Jordan – When Khaled Khashet fled Syria over four years ago, he was the first of his family to leave. He said, straightly: “It was time.” This conclusion was not yet echoed by his loved ones, but Khaled upheld it with conviction, a hunch inspired by his experience in the Syrian army, which he fortuitously left a few months before war broke.

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Malaysia: Asylum seekers protected from current fate of Burmese refugees

A short drama that follows Burmese refugee Roi Roi's search for a real home in Malaysia, shedding light on the human rights abuse of refugees displaced in the country. Well-informed report about human trafficking across the Malaysian-Thai border Last month, a rare blessing crept into the lives of an overlooked group resigned to the plight …

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