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Myanmar\'s Democracy Transition Marred by Anti-Muslim Rhetoric and Violence MP3

The Southeast Asian country of Myanmar has taken major steps to turn from a military dictatorship to a fledgling democracy. But that transition has also seen the rise of harrowing, deadly clashes between Buddhists and Muslims. Special correspondent Kira Kay reports from Myanmar. Source: pbs.org

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