Around 30 graves believed to belong to migrants from Myanmar and Bangladesh were discovered Friday in southern Thailand, a rescue worker said, in an area criss-crossed with trafficking routes.
"There are 32 graves, four bodies have now been exhumed," Sathit Thamsuwan a rescue worker for Sadao district near the Malaysian border told AFP.
A local policeman said 30 suspected graves had been found in a remote jungle camp.
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