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Getting inside Burma

The TV pictures of thousands upon thousands of monks, and others, marching through the Burmese capital have been quite startling. Tonight comes news that shots have been fired by security forces and some monks injured, if not killed.

To penetrate what is actually going on on the ground has not been easy in country like Burma. Thankfully the BBC News has been able to provide an insight:

"People inside Burma have been e-mailing the BBC News website and talking to the BBC Burmese Service about the growing unrest."

Check out the BBC News website here.

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