In this Nov. 11, 2012 photo, a flotilla of wooden fishing boats belonging to Muslim refugees who fled the Myanmar port of Kyaukphyu sit anchored during low tide on a beach in Sin Thet Maw, Myanmar. The refugees include two minority groups -- the Rohingya and the Kaman -- whose homes were burned by ethnic Rakhine Buddhists in late October during a wave of ethnic and sectarian violence. They worry about maintaining the vital fleet of dilapidated fishing boats on which their future depends; they have few tools to repair them. (AP Photo/Todd Pitman)
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