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Myanmar Muslim minority face life behind barbed wire

6 March 2014 Last updated at 06:33 GMT

The BBC's Jonah Fisher reports from an enclave in Myanmar, where the Muslim Rohingya minority live surrounded by Buddhists.

The Muslims living in Aung Mingala in Sittwe are enclosed within barbed wire and checkpoints, and have limited freedom of movement- supposedly for their own protection.

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