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ROHINGYA refugees walk to a place to rest after being evacuated by locals in Bluka Teubai village, Dewantara subdistrict, North Aceh, Aceh, Wednesday, November 16. Some 119 refugees from Myanmar's Rohingya ethnic group, consisting of 61 men, 37 women, and 22 children were stranded on the coast of Dewantara at 5am, early Wednesday. A day before, 110 Rohingya people were also stranded on the beach of Krueng Mane, North Aceh, Aceh/ANTARA FOTO/Rahmad

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