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illegal migrants from myanmar and bangladesh taking shelter in an indonesian warehouse , many of them rushing to muslims the victims of abandoned human trafficking missions , local officials say they're providing food and medical checks for the men women and children rescued from rickety boats but basic shower facilities are lacking more than two and a half thousand migrants have landed in , asia and malaysia in the past , thailand and malaysia also say they've had enough of dealing with stateless migrants thai officials even dragging an incoming boat back out to sea , thousands of her anger still adrift in the and the man see facing sickness and starvation many of them abandoned by people smugglers who jumped ship because of a crackdown on people smuggling through thailand , the united nations is urging authorities not to push the boats away