By Jill Drew
Washington Post Foreign Service
Wednesday, October 24, 2007; Page A01
RANGOON, Burma, Oct. 23 — She does not know if the police have her picture. But that uncertainty has not eased her fear.
Twice soldiers have entered this woman’s Rangoon neighborhood. They came at night, with photos taken during pro-democracy demonstrations. “They look at everyone and then they take you,” she said in a low voice, speaking on condition she not be identified. “I don’t sleep.”