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Myanmar Crisis

ASEAN neighbors call for Myanmar dialogue as violence continues

International community fears brutal crackdown leading up to military holiday

HANOI -- A growing number of Southeast Asian nations have urged Myanmar's military to hold dialogue with protesting citizens to reach a peaceful resolution as concerns grow over a violent crackdown ahead of a major holiday. 

Speaking to reporters Thursday, Le Thi Thu Hang, the spokesperson for Vietnam's Foreign Ministry, called for all parties in Myanmar to refrain from violence and engage in dialogue with each other.

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