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Unrest in Burma Clouds View Of Government Reformsi
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November 06, 2012
After a second round of communal violence between Rakhine Buddhists and Rohingya Muslims broke out in Burma's Rakhine state last month, there are worries that the instability could spread. VOA reports from Rangoon, where observers say the conflict threatens the government's heralded political and economic reforms.

Unrest in Burma Clouds View Of Government Reforms

Published November 06, 2012

After a second round of communal violence between Rakhine Buddhists and Rohingya Muslims broke out in Burma's Rakhine state last month, there are worries that the instability could spread. VOA reports from Rangoon, where observers say the conflict threatens the government's heralded political and economic reforms.


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