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Segregation fans fears of fresh ‘cleansing’ in Myanmar's Rakhine

SBS Monday, 9 October 2017
Buddhist villagers in relatively peaceful parts of Myanmar's Rakhine state are enforcing a system of local apartheid that punishes people trading with minority Muslims, fuelling fears that violence in the far northwest could spread to new areas.
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