Myanmar Ethnic War

  In this Oct. 19, 2011 photo released by Partners Relief and Development, the foot of a 2-year-old girl is seen bandaged next to her food at a temporary clinic in a jungle outside Nam Lim Pa, Kachin state, Myanmar. Myanmar's military-backed government may have recently unveiled reforms unprecedented in half a century of despotic rule to worldwide applause. But away from the international spotlight, across large swaths of the country, its army continues to torture and kill civilians, gang rape women and turn thousands of villagers into refugees in campaigns to stamp out the world's longest running insurgencies, human rights groups say. (AP Photo/Partners Relief and Development) EDITORIAL USE ONLY NO SALES
In this Oct. 19, 2011 photo released by Partners Relief and Development, the foot of a 2-year-old girl is seen bandaged next to her food at a temporary clinic in a jungle outside Nam Lim Pa, Kachin state, Myanmar. Myanmar's military-backed government may have recently unveiled reforms unprecedented in half a century of despotic rule to worldwide applause. But away from the international spotlight, across large swaths of the country, its army continues to torture and kill civilians, gang rape women and turn thousands of villagers into refugees in campaigns to stamp out the world's longest running insurgencies, human rights groups say. (AP Photo/Partners Relief and Development) EDITORIAL USE ONLY NO SALES

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