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Big Changes Bring Indiana, Myanmar Cities Closer

March 28, 2016 05:39 PM
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Fort Wayne, Indiana, is home to the largest Burmese population outside Burma, now known as Myanmar. Most of them fled their country during the military junta's rule in the 1990s. But as Erika Celeste reports, changing politics have the Fort Wayne Burmese community hoping to formally reconnect with their homeland.