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Myanmar Sectarian Divide

Myanmar Sectarian Divide

In this May 29, 2013 photo, Ma Sandar Soe, right in foreground, walks towards the remains of her burned shop in front of a vandalized mosque in Lashio, northern Shan State, Myanmar. When a huge mob of Buddhist thugs crawled on the roof of Ma Sandar Soe's shop, doused it with gasoline and set it ablaze, the Buddhist businesswoman didn't blame them for burning it to the ground despite seeing it happen with her own eyes. Instead, her wrath was reserved for minority Muslims she accused of igniting Myanmar's latest round of sectarian unrest. (AP Photo/Todd Pitman)
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