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BROUK President U Tun Khin interview with Free Speech Radio News ( New York ) about Hilary Clinton's visit to Burma.

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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is in Myanmar, the Southeast Asian country also known as Burma. It’s the first visit by a State Department head in fifty years and it comes after signs of change in the country. In recent months, Myanmar’s leaders have released some political prisoners, defied China -- a longtime backer and supporter -- over a dam project, and put in place election reform that has allowed opposition leader Aung Saan Suu Kyi to re-enter the political process. But substantial reforms remain. One of those is the regime’s long-running mistreatment of the country’s ethnic groups.

The Rohingyas are a Muslim minority group living in the Arakan state in western Burma.For a perspective on this, we’re joined by Maung Tun Khin, a Rohingya human rights activist and president of the Burmese Rohingya Organization UK. He joins us from London.

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