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Myanmar The Unwanted

Myanmar The Unwanted

In this Nov. 11, 2012 photo, Muslim refugees who fled arson attacks that drove them from their neighborhood in the Myanmar port of Kyaukphu in late October sit under makeshift shelters beside their flotilla of wooden fishing boats on a beach in Sin Thet Maw, Myanmar. Stranded beside their decrepit flotilla of wooden boats, on a muddy beach far from home, the Muslim refugees tell story after terrifying story of their exodus from a once-peaceful town on Myanmar's western coast. The Oct. 24 exodus was part of a wave of violence that has shaken western Myanmar twice in the last six months. (AP Photo/Todd Pitman)
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November 11, 2012
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