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Myanmar Crisis

Armed rebels in rural Myanmar keep up campaign against military

Military forces razing villages accused of cooperating with insurgents

Foreign-made automatic rifles are expensive in Myanmar, prompting some members of the opposition-linked People's Defense Force to make their own weapons. 

BANGKOK -- Overt pro-democracy activism has largely been quashed in Myanmar's cities, but out in rural stretches in the center of the country, insurgent groups wage guerrilla warfare from villages that elude the military's reach.

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