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Malaysia’s Forgotten Indigenous Children: Seven Orang Asli children disappeared from school in Malaysia last August. After 47 days only two were found alive.

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Malaysia’s forgotten indigenous children

Seven Orang Asli children disappeared from school in Malaysia last August. After 47 days only two were found alive.

Liz Gooch, Karishma Vyas | 24 Jan 2016 07:55 GMT | Human Rights, Asia Pacific, Malaysia, Education


Family members bury one of four Orang Asli children who were found dead in the jungles of Malaysia’s Kelantan State [Karishma Vyas/Al Jazeera]

Piercing wails slice through the stillness of the jungle, haunting cries that do not let up.

Grief-stricken mothers and fathers throw themselves over small coffins draped in white sheets.

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Inside lie their children, their hopes for the future crushed and broken.

On a hot Sunday afternoon last August, seven indigenous children disappeared from their remote boarding school in Malaysia’s north east. After 47 days, only two were found alive in the jungle.

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