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At Site of Rohingya Massacre, Burmese Villagers Say Little

Kyaw Soe Moe, the head man of this northern Rakhine state best known as the site of a massacre of 10 Muslim men and boys by their Buddhist neighbors and the Burmese military, isn’t much inclined to speak with the press. That “incident” is all the press wants to discuss, says Kyaw Soe Moe, who refers to Rohingya as “Bengalis.”  “I was not even here,” he said. “I arrived here only after the incident. I became the village head something like 10 months ago, so I did not have any...

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