Violence continues in Sittwe, #Burma

A fire truck arrives at a site where houses are on fire in Sittwe, capital of the western state of Rakhine on June 15, 2012.  AFP PHOTOAFP/AFP/GettyImages
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A fire truck arrives at a site where houses are on fire in Sittwe, capital of the western state of Rakhine on June 15, 2012. AFP PHOTOAFP/AFP/GettyImages

Violence continues in Sittwe, Burma, where at least 29 people have been killed, 2,600 homes burned and more than 30,000 people displaced since clashes between ethnic Buddhist Rakhine and Muslim Rohingya groups began on June 8.

(AFP)

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