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Myanmar junta allows Red Cross to reopen

Myanmar’s military junta has told Red Cross officials that the humanitarian group can reopen field offices that the government had ordered shut in October, the aid agency said Thursday. The Southeast Asian country’s military government ordered the International Committee of the Red Cross on Oct. 23 to shut five field offices that provide humanitarian assistance to people in sensitive border areas. The offices also support prisoners and their families, and work with land-mine victims. Full Story

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