Malaysia plans to repatriate its nationals in Myanmar after deadly clashes

Posted on June 13, 2013 • Filed under: Asia Pacific, Expatriates

Channelnewsasia.com reports that Malaysia said Thursday it would work with Myanmar to repatriate thousands of their nationals following clashes in the community that left at least four dead and led to a security sweep. The two Southeast Asian nations insisted that violence — beginning late May at a wholesale market in Kuala Lumpur — linked to strife between majority Buddhists and minority Muslims in Myanmar was under control. Read article

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