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Early Saturday, a crowd began descending on a narrow stretch of sidewalk at Queens College. The people came from all over New York and as far away as Miami and North Carolina, but originally, they and their families were from Burma. They stood in line overnight to see the leader of that country’s opposition, Aung San Suu Kyi, who was in New York on Saturday as part of her first visit to the United States in about 40 years.

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Front Section, Pages 4 on 09/23/2012

Print Headline: Burmese in U.S. flock to Suu Kyi

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