News Footage / Mar 28, 2013

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Relgious unrest in Myanmar spreads Myanmar President Thein Sein on Thursday vowed a tough response to religious extremists after a wave of deadly Buddhist-Muslim violence in the former army-ruled nation. At least 40 people have been killed and mosques burned in several towns in central Myanmar since fresh sectarian strife erupted on March 20, prompting the government to impose emergency rule and curfews in some areas. Images.
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Unrest
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Myanmar Southeast Asia Far East Asia
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Historical Footage News Footage AFP

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