By YADANA HTUNMONYWA, Myanmar (AP) â¿¿ Opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Friday said authorities must apologize for a violent crackdown on monks and other foes of a mine in northwest Myanmar, but she also stuck to the government's view that the country must follow through on its commitment to build the project.
Suu Kyi Wants Gov't Apology For Violent Crackdown
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