11 Rohingya kids to be released by Immigration today - activist group

Hariz Mohd

Modified 25 Jan 2019, 5:09 am

Eleven Rohingya children who have been purportedly detained by the Immigration Department since Wednesday are expected to be returned to their parents later today, said a humanitarian group.

The European Rohingya Council's (ERC) ambassador to Malaysia, Tengku Emma Zuriana, said the good news came after the children, who are boys aged between nine and 16, were allegedly arrested during an early morning raid at a religious school in Langkawi, Kedah...

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