By Jason Szep and Andrew R.C. Marshall
PAIK THAY, Myanmar | Sun Nov 11, 2012 9:14pm GMT
(Reuters) – On a hot Sunday night in a remote Myanmar village, Tun Naing punched his wife and unleashed hell.
She wanted rice for their three children. He said they couldn’t afford it. Apartheid-like restrictions had prevented Muslims like Tun Naing from working for Buddhists here in Rakhine State along Myanmar’s western border, costing the 38-year-old metalworker his job.
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