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US may drop sanctions if Myanmar reforms
Hillary Clinton urges government to release all political prisoners and to break its military ties with North Korea.
Last Modified: 01 Dec 2011 23:03



In a two-day visit to Myanmar, the US secretary of state has urged Myanmar's government to release all political prisoners and to break its military ties with North Korea.

Hillary Clinton said the US may drop sanctions against the country in return for more reforms.

Aela Callan reports from Naypyidaw, Myammar’s capital.

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