Sri Lanka coastguard rescues Rohingyas aboard Indian boat - Kuwait Times

COLOMBO: Sri Lanka's coastguard yesterday detained an Indian boat which had illegally entered the island's territorial waters and rescued 30 Rohingya refugees including 16 children who were on board, an official said. The dhow operated by two Indians ...

* Sri Lanka arrests 30 Myanmar nationals fleeing India - Colombo Page

Apr 30, Colombo: Sri Lanka Coast Guard on Sunday has apprehended an Indian fishing boat with 32 foreign nationals including refugees from Myanmar in Sri Lankan waters off the coast of Kankasanthurai in Jaffna peninsula today. Sri Lanka Coast Guard ...

Sri Lankan coast guards seizes Indian vessel with Myanmar's Rohingya Muslim refugees - Firstpost

Colombo: Sri Lankan coastguards have seized an Indian fishing boat and detained two Indians and 30 Rohingya refugees, including 14 children after the vessel illegally entered the country's territorial waters, authorities said on Sunday. × ...

Navy seizes vessel with 32 foreign nationals in Kankasanthurai - Photos - Hiru News

The Navy seized a boat with 32 foreign nationals in the sea, 12 miles off the coast of Kankasanthurai. Media Spokesperson of the Navy, Lieutenant Commander Chaminda Walakuluge stated that the Coast Guard notified the Navy about this suspicious boat ...

Sri Lanka nabs Indian fishing vessel with Myanmar refugees - Daily News & Analysis

Sri Lankan coast guards have caught an Indian fishing boat and arrested 32 foreign nationals including refugees from Myanmar, authorities said today. The foreigners include 30 Myanmarese nationals including 14 children and two Indians. They were ...

Suspected Rohingya Muslims detained by coast guard - Colombo Gazette

The coast guard detained 32 suspected Rohingya Muslims who fled India by boat, Navy Spokesman Lieutenant Commander Chandima Walakuluge said. He said the boat was detained in the Northern seas and was brought ashore to Kankesanthurai (KKS).

Suspected Rohingya Muslims fleeing India detained near KKS - Colombo Gazette

The coast guard detained 32 suspected Rohingya Muslims who fled India by boat, Navy Spokesman Lieutenant Commander Chandima Walakuluge said. Walakuluge told the Colombo Gazette that there were seven women and 16 children below the age of ...