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    In White House Talks, Burma's President Pledges Further Reformsi
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    May 21, 2013 12:14 PM
    President Barack Obama and Burma's President Thein Sein discussed progress of reforms and difficult problems such as ethnic conflicts and religious strife in talks Monday at the White House. VOA senior White House correspondent Dan Robinson reports.

    In White House Talks, Burma's President Pledges Further Reforms

    Published May 21, 2013

    President Barack Obama and Burma's President Thein Sein discussed progress of reforms and difficult problems such as ethnic conflicts and religious strife in talks Monday at the White House. VOA senior White House correspondent Dan Robinson reports.


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