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Major fire hit a Burmese refugee camp in Mae Surin, northern Thailand, Saturday (23). At least 62 people died and over 200 were injured. The site housed about 4,000 refugees. Two hundred of the 281 places were destroyed by fire. Info realize that the fire had started in an incident in the kitchen of one of the housings - March 23, 2013 - Photos - UOL News

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Imagens do dia - 23 de março de 2013

Burmese refugees sheltering in the road near Mae Surin camp in northern Thailand, after a fire hit the spot, killing at least 62 people and leaving over 200 injured. The camp housed about 4,000 refugees. Two hundred of the 281 places were destroyed by fire. Info realize that the fire had started in an incident in the kitchen of one of the housings.23 de março de 2013 - Fotos - UOL Notícias

Living in the refugee camp is like being a bird in a cage,” said Lay Moo, o­ne of more than 2,000 people commemorating World Refugee Day o­n Wednesday at Mae La refugee camp, near Mae Sot, o­n Thailand’s border with Burma.

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Mum with her baby at the refugee camp

Burmese children share a bicycle inside the Mae La refugee camp in Tak province, Thailand. The camp is situated along the Burma-Thailand border and is home to around 50,000 refugees. Mae La is the largest of nine camps along the Thai border where the Burmese live in a stateless limbo for many years.

This Tibetan elder in Tishaling Refugee Camp, Pokhara, Nepal proves that age or circumstance is not a hindrance to be an asset to the community, especially in a place that gave them a second home.

Refugee boy from Myanmar (Burma) at Mae La Refugee Camp. Many people have fled fighting in Myanmar (Burma) over the last 10 or more years / UNHCR / R. Arnold / January 2008