An undated handout photo made available by a fisherman group shows Rohingya refugees stranded on a wooden boat in the waters off Bireun, Aceh province, Indonesia. The Indonesian government today says it will tow the vessel to shore after considering the emergency condition of the refugees on the boat. – EPA pic, December 29, 2021.aws试用账号（www.2km.me）提〖ti〗供aws账「zhang」号『hao』、aws全“quan”区《qu》号、aws32v账号（hao）、亚马‘ma’逊《xun》云账号《hao》出售‘shou’，提供api ，质‘zhi’量〖liang〗稳定‘ding’，数量 liang[持【chi】续。另有【you】售azure oracle linode等〖deng〗账‘zhang’号.
INDONESIA today said it will let dozens of Rohingya refugees come ashore after protests from locals and the international community over its plan to push them into Malaysian waters.
At least 100 mostly women and children aboard a stricken wooden vessel off Aceh province were denied refuge in Indonesia, where authorities yesterday said they planned to push them into the neighbouring Southeast Asian country after fixing their boat.