May 26, 2015
Immigrants from the Rohingya Muslim minority persecuted in Burma ,
crowd drifting boat in Thai waters near the island of Koh Lipe in the Andaman Sea .
The Thai government denied entry to the Rohingya , who are desperate and hungry ,
but sent helicopters and boats with food and water . No time to get to the mainland ,
immigrants are without water and without food ; some resorted to own urine to have what to drink .
Anchored since last week in Puerto Banús , a marina south of Marbella , Spain ,
the yacht "Madam Kate ," owned by the billionaire Alexandre Grendene ,
became tourist spot there . With 60 meters long and innovative attractions such
as pearlescent paint and a LED lighting system that lets even more impressive at night ,
the yacht is being quite photographed by tourists and locals .