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ROHINGYA refugees receive medical treatment upon their arrival at the Meunasah Ujong Pie village, in Pidie, Aceh, December 26, 2022. Rohingya who survived a harrowing 40 days on a boat across the Indian Ocean to end up in Indonesia have recounted stories of hunger and desperation, saying more than 20 of those on board died on the way. A boat that washed ashore in Aceh on Monday, December 26, was carrying 174 people, most of them dehydrated, fatigued and in need of urgent medical care after weeks at sea. REUTERS/Hidayatullah Tahjuddin

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