Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi warned supporters anticipating an historic election victory over the military-backed ruling party that results aren’t final and they should remain cautious.
"We must cautiously walk forward," Suu Kyi told supporters gathered outside her National League for Democracy party’s Yangon headquarters Monday. "Stay peaceful and calm. The winner must be humble and avoid actions that can offend others. Real victory must be for the country, not for a group or indi...
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