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A Rohingya Muslims girl rests on a pile of bags, as she waits with others to walk towards a camp for refugees after crossing into Bangladesh from Myanmar, in Teknaf, Bangladesh, Friday, Sept. 29, 2017. More than a month after Myanmars refugees began spilling across the border, the U.N. says more than half a million have arrived. The prejudice and hostility that Rohingya Muslims face in Myanmar stretch beyond the countrys notoriously brutal security forces to a general population receptive to an often-virulent form of Buddhist nationalism that has seen a resurgence since the end of military rule. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)

Nation & World Briefs: Oct. 2, 2017

The Associated Press October 2, 2017

International headlines for you to know this week: Trump's health secretary resigns in travel flap President Donald Trump's health secretary resigned Friday, after his costly travel triggered investigations...

People wait for water at a refugee camp for Rohingyas, a persecuted Muslim minority group in Myanmar. (AP Photo/Binsar Bakkara)

Buddhist violence in Myanmar highlights religious misconceptions

Kevin Gross May 17, 2015

A Pew Research Center polling study found that 35 percent of Americans believe that “Islam is more likely than others to encourage violence.” American popular society oft-holds binary viewpoints...

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