South-east Asia faces its own migrant crisis as states play 'human ping-pong'

by Simon Tisdall

Obscured by the uproar over migrant trafficking in the Mediterranean, the dire plight of tens of thousands of refugees, This week’s callous move by Malaysian patrol ships to turn back two boats carrying about 600 people, many in critical physical condition, and similarly unconscionable, coordinated actions by Thailand and Indonesia may soon shift attention to one of the world’s other big migration crises.

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