139 Grave Sites, 28 Trafficking Camps Found in Malaysia

  • Thai vehicles wait to pass through an immigration checkpoint before leaving Malaysia in the northern state of Perlis, which borders Thailand in Wang Kelian. A total of 139 grave sites and 28 human-trafficking camps have been found in the remote northern Malaysian border region. |AFP
  • A Royal Malaysian Police forensic team handles exhumed human remains in a jungle at Bukit Wang Burma in the Malaysian northern state of Perlis, which borders Thailand. |AFP
  • An armed Royal Malaysian Police stands guard at an abandoned migrant camp used by people-smugglers in a jungle at Bukit Wang Burma in the Malaysian northern state of Perlis, which borders Thailand. |AFP
  • A Royal Malaysian Police forensics team handles exhumed human remains at a grave site near an abandoned migrant camp used by people-smugglers in a jungle at Bukit Wang Burma in the Malaysian northern state of Perlis, which borders Thailand. |AFP
  • A human jawbone is seen at a grave site near a migrant camp used by people-smugglers in a jungle at Bukit Wang Burma in the Malaysian northern state of Perlis, which borders Thailand. |AFP
  • Exhumed human remains lie on the ground in a jungle at Bukit Wang Burma in the Malaysian northern state of Perlis, which borders Thailand. |AFP
  • an abandoned migrant detention camp used by people-smugglers in a jungle near the Malaysia-Thailand border in Genting Perah. |AFP
  • A Royal Malaysian Police forensic team handles exhumed human remains in a jungle at Bukit Wang Burma in the Malaysian northern state of Perlis, which borders Thailand. |AFP
  • A Malaysian policeman carries human skeletal remains inside plastic bags exhumed from graves following the discovery of numerous grave sites and detention camps near the Malaysia-Thailand border in Wang Kelian. |AFP
  • Skeletal remains inside plastic bags exhumed from graves are seen inside a police truck following the discovery of numerous grave sites and detention camps near the Malaysia-Thailand border in Wang Kelian. |AFP
  • An armed Malaysian policeman checks a driver's documentations a day after the government announced the discovery of camps and graves, the first such sites found in Malaysia since a regional human-trafficking crisis erupted earlier this month, near Malaysia-Thailand borders in Wang Kelian. |AFP
  • A Malaysian policeman (L) mans an armoued vehicle a day after the government announced the discovery of camps and graves, the first such sites found in Malaysia since a regional human-trafficking crisis erupted earlier this month, near Malaysia-Thailand border in Wang Kelian. |AFP

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