US State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland praised Thein Sein’s call for tolerance and religious pluralism, saying they were messages that his country needed to hear. She also noted the Myanmar leader said force would only be used as a last resort.
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Force an option to end riots: Thein Sein
‘RELIGIOUS EXTREMISTS’:A UN envoy welcomed the Burmese leader’s call to end violence, but said the authorities must do more to address prejudice against Muslims
AP, YANGON, Myanmar
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