They work abroad to feed their families. Now they can't send the money home


Su Thandar Win shows a photo of her 7-year-old son on her phone and a proud smile instinctively spreads across her face. But it soon fades when she explains why she hasn't seen him for well over two years. (CNN World) More More

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