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Violence Forces Burmese Muslims Out of Kyaukphyui
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Daniel Schearf
November 28, 2012 9:41 PM
During Burma's communal violence in Rakhine state in October, an entire Muslim neighborhood burned to the ground in Kyauk Phyu, a coastal town on Ramree island. A month later, residents still have not returned. VOA's Daniel Schearf visited Kyauk Phyu to try to sort through what happened.

Violence Forces Burmese Muslims Out of Kyaukphyu

Daniel Schearf

Published November 28, 2012

During Burma's communal violence in Rakhine state in October, an entire Muslim neighborhood burned to the ground in Kyauk Phyu, a coastal town on Ramree island. A month later, residents still have not returned. VOA's Daniel Schearf visited Kyauk Phyu to try to sort through what happened.


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