Adula Gawni, a Rohingya Muslim, shows a picture of his son Marmot Ismai, who is being held at a human trafficking camp, in a refugee camp outside Sittwe

Adula Gawni, a Rohingya Muslim, shows a picture of his son Marmot Ismai, who is being held at a human trafficking camp, in a refugee camp outside Sittwe

Adula Gawni, a Rohingya Muslim, shows a picture of his son Marmot Ismai, who is being held at a human trafficking camp, in a refugee camp outside Sittwe, Myanmar May 20, 2015. Ismai left the refugee camp with others on a boat to Malaysia four month ago, only to phone his family back 40 days later to tell them he was kidnapped with a ransom of 4,000 Malaysian ringgit. Gawni and his family have already sent 2,000 Malaysian ringgit and 600,000 kyats for Ismai's release. Just a few days ago, the family received a picture of Ismai via an Internet shop at the refugee camp with the message that they needed to pay another 2,000 Malaysian ringgit to the perpetrators for his release. Picture taken May 20, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun - RTX1DU6B

January 9, 2017 11:06 AM (UTC+8)