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Myanmar’s rubies are famous for their unique ‘pigeon-blood’ colour and can fetch millions at auction.

Burmese believe they can protect you from misfortune and ill health.

David Mathieson, of Human Rights Watch, told the Mail Online: 'I think the race and religion protection laws' are the result of rising ultra-nationalism and extremism, and have a disturbingly anti-Muslim current.'The increasing exodus from Arakan State has to do more with systematic repression of the Rohingya minority over decades, a protracted and violent statelessness that only tightens its grip, leaving the Rohingya with few options but to flee.

But while China's birthing policy was brought in as a necessary measure to prevent the population explosion that was bringing the country to its knees, rights groups claim that Burma's is nothing more than a new means of persecution.

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Ever since I was a little girl I had dreamed of going to Myanmar’s famed ruby mines of Mogok.

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Ever since I was a little girl I had dreamed of going to Myanmar’s famed ruby mines of Mogok.

My father was a gems dealer and I would spend hours watching him cut and polish the raw stones until they sparkled.

Yet however much I nagged, he always refused to teach me the trade. “Once you know their secrets you will never escape them.” So when I — all grown up and a journalist — got a chance to visit the secretive mines hidden in the valley north of Mandalay, I jumped at it.