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The Myanmar government told the International Labor Organization on Wednesday that it will allow its monitors to verify that Myanmar has ceased all forced labor practices, diplomats said.

The Myanmar military junta apparently made the promise as a last-minute effort to sway the ILO governing body, which was meeting in Geneva to consider sanctions against Myanmar.

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