FILE - In this Sept. 26, 2007 file photo released by the National League for Democracy-Liberated Area, Buddhist monk walks past a motorcycle which was get burned in Yangon, Myanmar. President Barack Obama's historic visit to Myanmar on Monday, Nov. 19, 2012 is meant to show America's support for the country's transition to democracy. Obama's roughly six-hour visit will be confined to Yangon, the main city where the military brutally crushed pro-democracy uprisings in the past, including a 2007 rally led by Buddhist monks and protests in 1988 led by student activists.(AP Photo/ National League for Democracy-Liberated Area, File)

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FILE - In this Sept. 26, 2007 file photo released by the National League for Democracy-Liberated Area, Buddhist monk walks past a motorcycle which was get burned in Yangon, Myanmar.  President Barack Obama's historic visit to Myanmar on Monday, Nov. 19, 2012 is meant to show America's support for the country's transition to democracy. Obama's roughly six-hour visit will be confined to Yangon, the main city where the military brutally crushed pro-democracy uprisings in the past, including a 2007 rally led by Buddhist monks and protests in 1988 led by student activists.(AP Photo/ National League for Democracy-Liberated Area, File)
FILE - In this Sept. 26, 2007 file photo released by the National League for Democracy-Liberated Area, Buddhist monk walks past a motorcycle which was get burned in Yangon, Myanmar. President Barack Obama's historic visit to Myanmar on Monday, Nov. 19, 2012 is meant to show America's support for the country's transition to democracy. Obama's roughly six-hour visit will be confined to Yangon, the main city where the military brutally crushed pro-democracy uprisings in the past, including a 2007 rally led by Buddhist monks and protests in 1988 led by student activists.(AP Photo/ National League for Democracy-Liberated Area, File)
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