Fractures In The Burmese Junta?

A hard-line faction is hurting attempts at image-polishing

When 200 thugs wielding rocks, sticks, and chains smashed up the motorcade of Nobel peace prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi in downtown Rangoon on Nov. 9, they shattered more than just windshields. They broke the illusion that Burma's military junta, which calls the nation Myanmar, is unified in its approach to keeping the country's opposition figure from taking power.

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