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twelve malaysian police arrested on suspicion of aiding trafficking gangs who rent people smuggling camps in thailand and malaysia that after a week of ensuing over a hundred bodies of migrants from myanmar in bangladesh along the thai border after a long journey by see many migrants are held in the jungles of thailand where smugglers demand ransom to release them or move them into mostly muslim malaysia southeast asia is struggling with this humanitarian crisis thailand will host a meeting was seventeen countries including the u. s. on friday to focus on immediate action a key topic at that meeting citizenship for the mostly stateless for a hanger migrants from myanmar the united nations says that more than two and a half thousand people are still stranded on rickety boats around the bay of bengal after three months drifting in cramped conditions and facing starvation some refugees who pay traffickers to get them out of myanmar in the first place are now shelling out more money to be smuggled back home , treatment on the boats is savage and brutal and no matter where they hit someone with a gun than inside his head , he died later and was thrown into the sea , some other people were beaten with ropes , establish trafficking routes have been shot after a crackdown in thailand , so for many desperate migrants the only choice now is to return to the camps where their journey began