The general who led a coup in Myanmar just over 4 months ago criticized foreign interference Wednesday, days after the U.N. General Assembly approved an arms embargo resolution, and as new ethnic militia began fighting his military amid the country’s deepening crisis. As Nick Schifrin reports, the fighting in Mandalay, Myanmar’s second largest city, exposes the country’s increasing fragility.
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