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Burma clashes kill scores despite curfew imposed in Arakan state

guardian.co.uk (1 year and 10 months ago)

Jun 11, 2012

State of emergency in western province fails to salve tensions between Buddhists and Muslims sparked by alleged rapeScores of people have been killed in Burma as sectarian violence escalated despite the declaration of a state of emergency in western Arakan state.A strict curfew was imposed at the weekend on four towns, including the state capital Sittwe, but clashes between Buddhists and Muslims continued late into Sunday night.The Muslim... full story

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