Senior Gen. Min Aung Hlaing, Myanmar military commander-in-chief, speaks during the Union Peace Conference Aug. 31 in Naypyitaw (CNS photo/Hein Htet, EPA).
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Gen. Min Aung Hlaing wields great political power in the country.
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Catholic News ServiceNovember 17, 2017
Father John, in northern China, said he felt Xi had become "another Mao" Zedong.
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The attack may have been carried out with the knowledge of two army commanders, a justice official said.
 Specialist Capezza. My Lai, Vietnam. March 16, 1968. PFC Capezza shown setting a fire during the My Lai massacre, in which between 300 and 500 Vietnamese civilians were killed. Photo by Ronald Haberle
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Thomas C. FoxNovember 01, 2017
This is a book about war, about inhumane acts, about personal and institutional instincts of self-preservation.
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The city was damaged by five months of occupation by terrorists.
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When Pope Francis visits Myanmar in late November, church leaders will be listening nervously to his every word, specifically hoping they don't hear the R-word: Rohingya.