Refugees displaced from their village in Tanintharyi in the 1980s and 90s have been returning home from Thailand in recent years. Some villagers have discovered that their ancestral lands have been given to private companies, and they are now facing charges for trying to use it.
This story is by Thurein Hlaing from Dawei Watch.
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