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The Rohingyas' perilous journey
Roshida, a Rohingya woman, sits with her children at a refugee shelter in Khao Lak, in Thailand's southern Phang Nga Province, on May 28. The family was attempting to reach Malaysia, where Roshida's husband is living, when they were rescued by the Thai army.
Two Rohingya children stand in a hallway at the refugee shelter in Khao Lak on May 28.
A boat used for ferrying migrants from a larger ship to land lies abandoned in Thailand's Ranong Province, on the border with Myanmar, on May 28.
Rohingya children play on a swingset at the refugee shelter in Khao Lak on May 28.
Rohingya women at the refugee shelter sew place mats, which they will later sell, on May 28.
A baby sleeps in a room at the Rohingya refugee shelter in Khao Lak on May 28.
An abandoned Rohingya camp in Thailand's southern Songkhla Province is seen here on May 27.
Rohingya arrested for illegally entering Thailand wait at the immigration detention center in Ranong Province on May 29.
A jungle trail leads toward the abandoned Rohingya camp in Thailand's Songkhla Province.
A villager living near the abandoned Rohingya camp sits with his gun on May 27.
Ahmeen, bottom, a Rohingya survivor from the jungle camp, is cared for at the Padang Besar Hospital in Songkhla Province on May 27.
Amad is another Rohingya survivor receiving care at the Padang Besar Hospital.
Thailand's King Bhumibol Adulyadej, the world's longest-serving head of state, died at Bangkok's Siriraj Hospital on Oct. 13 after a prolonged illness. During his 70-year reign, King Bhumibol, the ninth king in the Chakri dynasty, served as a stabilizing force for the country. Nikkei staff photographer Nozomu Ogawa documented the nation's mourning.
India's economy is growing up under Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Nikkei senior staff writer Go Yamada in December visited Mumbai and Delhi, where he found Modinomics to be a crowd of new faces mixing with the old.
Pope Francis visited the Philippines between Jan. 15 and 19 as part of his recent tour of Asia. KEIICHIRO ASAHARA, Nikkei staff photographer followed his procession through Manila.
Pakistan’s economy, long plagued by terrorist attacks, political chaos and even natural disasters, is finally starting to catch a break.
Nikkei senior staff writer GO YAMADA went there to take a closer look at the turnaround. Find related stories in the Sept. 21-27, 2015, issue of the Nikkei Asian Review.
Nikkei staff photographer Keiichiro Asahara in early November focused his lenses on the people and streets of a country, Myanmar, as it was stepping up to democracy's door.