Following communal riots than killed more than 40 in Burma in March, the BBC's Jonathan Head visits the town where it all began to examine the causes of the violence.
The BBC looks at what lies behind the religious and ethnic tensions that have bubbled to the surface in Burma, also known as Myanmar.
The BBC's Jonah Fisher examines whether Aung San Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy can adapt to the challenges of a new political era.
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