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Dozens of Rohingya refugees found dead on boat after months adrift at sea

A handout photo on 5 April shows a wooden boat carrying suspected Rohingya migrants detained in Malaysian territorial waters off the island of Langkawi Source: MARITIME ENFORCEMENT AGENCY

Dozens of Rohingya refugees have been found dead on a boat believed to have been adrift at sea for as long as two months.

Bangladesh's coast guard said it rescued Wednesday at least 382 "starving" Rohingya refugees floating in a large boat in the country's territorial waters after nearly two months at sea.

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