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What does the future hold for Myanmar, one year after the coup?

Mr Aik Min sits in the remains of his house that was destroyed after clashes between the Myanmar military and Ta’ang National Liberation Army. PHOTO: MAR NAW FOR THE STRAITS TIMES
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BANGKOK - Sunlight floods the home of Mr Aik Min in Myanmar's Shan state.

That is because it does not have much of a roof. There are gaping holes in the mangled metal sheathing overhead, which is barely supported by a bombed-out wooden truss.

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