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Politics

Education battleground sees a rare compromise

A protester seeking education reform marches in Yangon on Feb. 8. (Photo: Simon Roughneen)

YANGON -- A three-month stand-off between student protesters and the Myanmar government over education policy has rekindled student activism and set the stage for further heated debate, despite a landmark deal forged on Feb. 10 that would allow activists to help draft a revised education law.

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