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October 18, 2015 
An ethnic Kayaw woman Lae Kar Oo fixes coil rings onto Baw Li Nan at Htaykho village in the Kayah state,... 
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An ethnic Kayaw woman Lae Kar Oo fixes coil rings onto Baw Li Nan at Htaykho village in the Kayah state... 
An ethnic Kayaw woman Lae Kar Oo fixes coil rings onto Baw Li Nan at Htaykho village in the Kayah state, Myanmar September 13, 2015. With about 30,000 members, the Kayaw are one of the smallest ethnic minorities among Myanmar's 135 groups. Their village has for decades been off-limits, as armed rebels fought the military before a recent ceasefire stopped the bloody conflict here. The rebels in the area have put down their guns and taken to the hills to grow rice and corn, but slash-and-burn cultivation methods mean they struggle to find new places to farm. To Match Feature MYANMAR-ELECTION/MINORITIES Picture taken September 13, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun 
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