A tense calm returned to Myanmar's western state of Rakhine on Monday after rioters set four houses ablaze, the latest violence between Buddhists and minority Muslims, officials said.
Muslim people take refuge in a Buddhist temple following sectarian violence in Myanmar. (AP photo)
The alleged rape of an 18-year-old woman by a motorcycle taxi driver in the coastal town of Thandwe triggered Sunday's flare-up, said Nay Lin, a police officer.
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