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Former army adviser convicted of human trafficking dies in prison


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A former army adviser, convicted of trafficking Rohingya migrants to camps in Southern Thailand, died in a prison hospital this week. 65 year old Manas Kongpan had a heart attack while he was exercising at the Medical Correctional Hospital where he had been admitted to treat hypertension, high cholesterol and bradycardia. The former army adviser was one of more than 100 people accused of trafficking Rohingya migrants to Southern Thailand camps after police found more than 30 bodies buried at a camp near the Malaysia border back in 2015. Reports say some of the migrants possibly died from starvation due to […]

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