An unidentified diplomat holds a methamphetamine tablet, seized from Kokang ethnic rebels according to Myanmar's police, during a news conference in Laukkai, capital of Myanmar's Kokang region

An unidentified diplomat holds a methamphetamine tablet, seized from Kokang ethnic rebels according to Myanmar’s police, during a news conference in Laukkai, capital of Myanmar’s Kokang region

An unidentified diplomat holds a methamphetamine tablet, seized from Kokang ethnic rebels according to Myanmar's police, during a news conference in Laukkai, capital of Myanmar's Kokang region, September 8, 2009. Myanmar's military regime is stepping up efforts to show its neighbours that armed ethnic separatists on its border are under control after violent clashes that sent thousands of refugees pouring into China. The normally reclusive junta invited a group of more than 50 observers to the Kokang region bordering China, an ethnic Chinese enclave the military says is now under its control after decades of rebellion to Yangon's rule. Picture taken September 8, 2009. REUTERS/Khin Maung Win/Pool (MYANMAR MILITARY SOCIETY POLITICS) - RTR27M4K

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