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Correction

Correction

In the article 'Kidnapped on the high seas' (Post July 15-28), the NGO Legal Support

for Children and Women (LSCW) was incorrectly identified as Legal Services for Children

and Women.

The story also said that LSCW would be conducting "community campaigns, leaflets

and video campaigns" to promote safe migration across the Thai border. LSCW

would like to clarify that local NGOs will be conducting these activities in Thailand

with assistance from LSCW.

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