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January 28, 2013
Tin Myint, 58, a disabled land mine victim looks out from his home in Mon town in Kyaukki township January...
Kyaukki, Myanmar
Myint a disabled land mine victim looks out from his home in Mon town in Kyaukki township
Tin Myint, 58, a disabled land mine victim looks out from his home in Mon town in Kyaukki township January 25, 2013. More than 300 people in Kyaukki Township (population 115,200) in Northern Bago Division, adjacent to once war-torn Kayin State in Myanmar have lost their limbs due to mine blasts. Most of the blasts happened while they were working on their farms or picking vegetables outside their village, villagers said. They blame both the government and ethnic armed group the Karen National Union (KNU) for the mine attacks. Since the KNU and Myanmar's government recent peace agreement, the residents in Kyaukki township feel that they will be able live with less fear of land mines. Picture taken January 25, 2013. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: CONFLICT SOCIETY)
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