Myanmar Muslims living in constant fear

Muslim areas of Okkan, a town to the north of Yangon, is latest target for attacks by Buddhists.

    Muslims in Myanmar say they are living in constant fear of more attacks by Buddhists.

    Last week, Muslim areas in the town of Okkan, to the north of the largest city, Yangon, became the latest target.

    Wayne Hay reports from Okkan.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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