Aung San Suu Kyi: 'Our struggle is starting to pay off'

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Opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi has said she has "no regrets" about spending years under house arrest in Burma in her quest to see democracy replace the country's military junta.

The first general election in 20 years was held in 2010 and, speaking to the BBC's Fergal Keane, Ms Suu Kyi called for "healthy scepticism" but said the struggle she had endured with her fellow campaigners was "beginning to pay off".

Her comments came in an exclusive interview, her first with a British journalist during a historic trip to Europe, which was first broadcast on The Andrew Marr Show, 17 June 2012.

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