Myanmar reforms: More to be done

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Myanmar reforms: More to be done

Ethnic Rakhine people take refugee at a relief camp in western Myanmar, where 110,000 people have been displaced in a conflict between the Buddhist Rakhine and the stateless Muslim Rohingya.
Myanmar Opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi, a prisoner in her own home for most of the last two decades, now is an elected lawmaker in the Myanmar Union Parliament, a sign of progress in the country.

Myanmar reforms: More to be done

Ethnic Rakhine people take refugee at a relief camp in western Myanmar, where 110,000 people have been displaced in a conflict between the Buddhist Rakhine and the stateless Muslim Rohingya.
Myanmar Opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi, a prisoner in her own home for most of the last two decades, now is an elected lawmaker in the Myanmar Union Parliament, a sign of progress in the country.
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