97 immigrants Died Of Hunger At Sea.

97 immigrants Died Of Hunger At Sea.

Colombo : Sri Lanka | Feb 25, 2013 at 12:29 PM PST
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Sri Lanka has become the main source of illegal immigrants to Australia

COLOMBO: At least 97 immigrants Died Of Hunger At Sea.

A breaking news is here that 97 Muslims of Myanmar have died of hunger . Rohingya Muslims escaped from violence in Myanmar.

33 Rescued immigrants said that they were traveling on a boat to Malaysia when Sri Lanka’s navy rescued them.

Rescued persons told that they left Myanmar 25 days ago without water and food and rescued by Sri Lanka’s Navy about 250 miles off the country’s east coast, while the boat began sinking.

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Sri Lanka has become the main source of illegal immigrants to Australia
Sri Lanka has become the main source of illegal immigrants to Australia
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