Mon, 03 Sep 2012 04:40:10 GMT | By Amirul Ruslan
Plight of the Rohingyas

File photo of a man walking though a burnt Rohingya village during fighting between Buddhist Rakhine and Muslim Rohingya communities in Sittwe



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A man walks though a burnt Rohingya village during fighting between Buddhist Rakhine and Muslim Rohingya communities in Sittwe in this June 10, 2012 file photo. Ethnic strife between a tiny Muslim minority and the Buddhist majority threatens to undo the reforms by the new civilian government.

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