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Burma's human rights abuses continue

Pyinmana : Myanmar | Jun 08, 2012 at 10:33 AM PDT
Source: Myanmar News
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Amnesty International (AI) on Thursday said Burma's military is committing crimes against humanity in ethnic conflict zones, where ongoing fighting has overshadowed sweeping political changes.The rights group also said that authorities had blocked humanitarian aid from reaching tens of thousands... FULL ARTICLE AT Myanmar News
 
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