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    After Rakhine Violence, Burma's Muslims, Buddhists Ponder Segregationi
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    November 21, 2012 4:57 PM
    Burma's communal fighting in western Rakhine state this year has led many Buddhists and Muslims to question whether they can live together again as neighbors. President Obama drew attention to the issue during his historic visit to Burma. VOA's Daniel Schearf reports from Sittwe, the capital of Rakhine state.

    After Rakhine Violence, Burma's Muslims, Buddhists Ponder Segregation

    Published November 21, 2012

    Burma's communal fighting in western Rakhine state this year has led many Buddhists and Muslims to question whether they can live together again as neighbors. President Obama drew attention to the issue during his historic visit to Burma. VOA's Daniel Schearf reports from Sittwe, the capital of Rakhine state.


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