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How antiterror laws harm the world’s vulnerable

Almost five years ago, a teenage Burmese farmer on his way home from selling cows in India was stopped by a group of rebel soldiers from his region. Dressed in Chin National Army (CNA) uniforms, they asked the young man to deliver a sealed letter to the chairman of his village. While reluctant, he eventually “gave in,” and a long journey began. A Christian Chin, the eighth-grade dropout was not active in the ethnic-based resistance movement, started in 1988 to promote equality and self-determination in place of the oppressive military dictatorship. That did not matter to the three Burmese soldiers who intercepted him the next day. Full Story

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