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Myanmar's strongest ethnic armed group says drug label 'not fair'

PANGSAN, Myanmar (Reuters) - Myanmar's most powerful ethnic armed group, accused by the United States of running a narco-empire that has flooded Asia with illegal drugs, has rejected the allegation, saying Washington has blacklisted its leaders for political reasons.
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