Sep 22, 2015

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Myanmar :- Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi said today supporters need not be afraid when they cast ballots in landmark elections, as she railed against government neglect while campaigning in her rural constituency. Suu Kyi received a rockstar welcome on the campaign trail in her impoverished constituency of Kawhmu, just two hours from the bustling commercial hub Yangon, in her bid to...

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