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    Burma's Ex-Political Prisoners Face Challengesi
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    VOA News
    December 22, 2012 10:37 PM
    As Burma's government promises reform and change, hundreds of political prisoners still languish behind bars, under terrible conditions - victims of the previous government's iron-fisted rule. Even those who have been freed warn that they still face challenges after leaving prison.

    Burma's Ex-Political Prisoners Face Challenges

    VOA News

    Published December 22, 2012

    As Burma's government promises reform and change, hundreds of political prisoners still languish behind bars, under terrible conditions - victims of the previous government's iron-fisted rule. Even those who have been freed warn that they still face challenges after leaving prison.


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