Myanmar activists protest treatment of Minority Groups

Protesters display placards against Myanmar’s President Thein Sein outside the Myanmar embassy in Kuala Lumpur. October 11,2011. A group of Myanmar activists staged a protest against what they say are conflicts, assaults, persecution and torture committed by Myanmar’s army against ethnic minority’ fighters, armed groups and civilians. Photo by Fazrul Hasnor

A young protester holds a placard outside the Myanmar embassy during the demonstration in Kuala Lumpur. October 11,2011. A group of Myanmar activists staged a protest against what they say are conflicts, assaults, persecution and torture committed by Myanmar’s army against ethnic minority’ fighters, armed groups and civilians. Photo by Fazrul Hasnor

Protesters display placards and shout slogans against Myanmar’s President Thein Sein outside the Myanmar embassy in Kuala Lumpur. October 11,2011. A group of Myanmar activists staged a protest against what they say are conflicts, assaults, persecution and torture committed by Myanmar’s army against ethnic minority’ fighters, armed groups and civilians. Photo by Fazrul Hasnor

Protesters display placards against Myanmar’s President Thein Sein outside the Myanmar embassy in Kuala Lumpur. October 11,2011. A group of Myanmar activists staged a protest against what they say are conflicts, assaults, persecution and torture committed by Myanmar’s army against ethnic minority’ fighters, armed groups and civilians. Photo by Fazrul Hasnor

Young protesters wearing red headbands seen outside the Myanmar embassy in Kuala Lumpur. October 11,2011. A group of Myanmar activists staged a protest against what they say are conflicts, assaults, persecution and torture committed by Myanmar’s army against ethnic minority’ fighters, armed groups and civilians. Photo by Fazrul Hasnor

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