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Of tens of thousands of refugees residing in the Thai-Burmese border camps, the majority belong to the Karen tribe. The rest, not allowed to leave, are placed by the Thai government in government-built villages, which are used as attractions for tourists.

Of tens of thousands of refugees residing in the Thai-Burmese border camps, the majority belong to the Karen tribe. The rest, not allowed to leave, are placed by the Thai government in government-built villages, which are used as attractions for tourists.

Of tens of thousands of refugees residing in the Thai-Burmese border camps, the majority belong to the Karen tribe. The rest, not allowed to leave, are placed by the Thai government in government-built villages, which are used as attractions for tourists.

Of tens of thousands of refugees residing in the Thai-Burmese border camps, the majority belong to the Karen tribe. The rest, not allowed to leave, are placed by the Thai government in government-built villages, which are used as attractions for tourists.

Of tens of thousands of refugees residing in the Thai-Burmese border camps, the majority belong to the Karen tribe. The rest, not allowed to leave, are placed by the Thai government in government-built villages, which are used as attractions for tourists.

Of tens of thousands of refugees residing in the Thai-Burmese border camps, the majority belong to the Karen tribe. The rest, not allowed to leave, are placed by the Thai government in government-built villages, which are used as attractions for tourists.