Supporters (L) of Myanmar pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi pose in front of her picture as they celebrate her 69th birthday at the National League for Democracy party head office in Yangon on June 19, 2014 .REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
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Citing fears of fuelling sectarian tensions, Myanmar's human rights film festival said it had cancelled the screening of a documentary about a friendship that crossed religious divides during deadly anti-Muslim violence.Organisers of the Human Rights Human Dignity International Film Festival, which is in its second year and counts opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi among its patrons, said they had decided to pull the film after hearing of criticism on social media.The documentary tells of the friendship between two women, one Buddhist and the other Muslim, as sectarian unrest tore through their central Myanmar town of Meiktila last March.
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