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Tensions remain high in Muslim community after deadly fire

The deadly fire at the mosque in Rangoon, which happened in the early morning hours on April 2, killed at least 13 children who were sleeping

Tensions remain high in Muslim community after deadly fire
Burmese workers clear debris as they a clean up the inside of a burned mosque on April 3, 2012 in Yangon, Myanmar. The deadly fire at the mosque in Rangoon, which happened in the early morning hours on April 2, killed at least 13 children who were sleeping. Officials say the fire was caused by faulty electrical wiring. Tensions in the Muslim community remain high after recent sectarian violence between Buddhists and Muslims in March left 43 people dead and many injured, with thousands of Muslim left homeless. (Getty Images)
Tensions remain high in Muslim community after deadly fire
Burmese workers clear debris as they a clean up the inside of a burned mosque on April 3, 2012 in Yangon, Myanmar. The deadly fire at the mosque in Rangoon, which happened in the early morning hours on April 2, killed at least 13 children who were sleeping. Officials say the fire was caused by faulty electrical wiring. Tensions in the Muslim community remain high after recent sectarian violence between Buddhists and Muslims in March left 43 people dead and many injured, with thousands of Muslim left homeless. (Getty Images)
Tensions remain high in Muslim community after deadly fire
Burmese workers clean a burned mosque on April 3, 2012 in Yangon, Myanmar. The deadly fire at the mosque in Rangoon, which happened in the early morning hours on April 2, killed at least 13 children who were sleeping. Officials say the fire was caused by faulty electrical wiring. Tensions in the Muslim community remain high after recent sectarian violence between Buddhists and Muslims in March left 43 people dead and many injured, with thousands of Muslim left homeless. (Getty Images)
Tensions remain high in Muslim community after deadly fire
Burmese workers clear debris as they a clean up the inside of a burned mosque on April 3, 2012 in Yangon, Myanmar. The deadly fire at the mosque in Rangoon, which happened in the early morning hours on April 2, killed at least 13 children who were sleeping. Officials say the fire was caused by faulty electrical wiring. Tensions in the Muslim community remain high after recent sectarian violence between Buddhists and Muslims in March left 43 people dead and many injured, with thousands of Muslim left homeless. (Getty Images)
Tensions remain high in Muslim community after deadly fire
Burmese workers clear debris as they a clean up the inside of a burned mosque on April 3, 2012 in Yangon, Myanmar. The deadly fire at the mosque in Rangoon, which happened in the early morning hours on April 2, killed at least 13 children who were sleeping. Officials say the fire was caused by faulty electrical wiring. Tensions in the Muslim community remain high after recent sectarian violence between Buddhists and Muslims in March left 43 people dead and many injured, with thousands of Muslim left homeless. (Getty Images)
Tensions remain high in Muslim community after deadly fire
Burmese Muslims pray at a local mosque on April 3, 2012 in Yangon, Myanmar. A deadly fire at a mosque in Rangoon, which happened in the early morning hours on April 2, killed at least 13 children who were sleeping. Officials say the fire was caused by faulty electrical wiring. Tensions in the Muslim community remain high after recent sectarian violence between Buddhists and Muslims in March left 43 people dead and many injured, with thousands of Muslim left homeless. (Getty Images)