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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.

“They have fled their homeland to escape killings, torture, rape, and forced labour by the Burmese military regime” (KBDDF).  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.

“They have fled their homeland to escape killings, torture, rape, and forced labour by the Burmese military regime” (KBDDF). 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.

Pushkar, India

Pushkar, India