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In rare comments, the former leader of Myanmar, Aung San Suu Kyi, has called on the Burmese people to be united. According to a Reuters report, the comments were confirmed by a source close to Suu Kyi’s legal proceedings. Suu Kyi was ousted by a military coup last year. The former leader is now on trial, facing accusations of violating a state secrets law, multiple corruption charges, and a raft of other offences. In total, the charges carry combined maximum prison terms of over 150 years. Reuters’ source says Suu Kyi has urged the Burmese people to be united and […]

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what she means is keep united, excerpt for you Muslim lot.  She has turned out to be as useless to her people as the Military and just as dangerous, if you happen to be Muslim. 

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