Last year, an estimated 3,500 Rohingya Muslims boarded wooden boats and set off from Bangladesh, across hundreds of miles of dangerous waters in the Bay of Bengal, in search of starting new lives in Malaysia or Indonesia. Hundreds of them never made it. In collaboration with the Associated Press, we have the story of one family's tragic migration experience along one of Asia's most dangerous migration routes. The World's Patrick Winn reports from Bangkok, and host Marco Werman speaks with AP investigative reporter Kristin Gelinaeu from Australia.
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