Nov 10, 2015

Myanmar ruling party headed for rout at Suu Kyi's hands | Fox News

Myanmar's military-backed ruling party was headed Tuesday for a massive rout at the hands of opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi, who was set for a historic electoral victory that could give her party the presidency and loosen the military's grip on the country.

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