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Myanmar town offers hope for Muslims November 25, 2019

In a western Myanmar town, Buddhists and Muslims used to live side by side as neighbors. But since 2012, when inter-communal unrest swept through swathes of western Myanmar, the town's Muslim population has been confined to a muddy camp.

Radio Free Asia reports on attempts to cross the religious divide, raising hopes that old communal bonds may not be completely severed.

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