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People flee home in Myanmar's Rakhine state fearing 'clearance ops'

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People from Myanmar's conflict-ridden Rakhine flee to the state capital of Sittwe after warnings of military "clearance operations", as the UN called to spare civilians amid intensifying fighting between the army and insurgents.

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