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Rohingya Protest Outside Burmese Embassy in Washingtoni
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February 28, 2014 2:33 AM
A group of Rohingya Muslims from Burma, also known as Myanmar, have staged a brief demonstration outside the Burmese embassy in Washington. As VOA's Kaye Lin reports, the group called on the government in Rangoon to stop violence and oppression against their community.

Rohingya Protest Outside Burmese Embassy in Washington

Published February 27, 2014

A group of Rohingya Muslims from Burma, also known as Myanmar, have staged a brief demonstration outside the Burmese embassy in Washington. As VOA's Kaye Lin reports, the group called on the government in Rangoon to stop violence and oppression against their community.


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