Suu Kyi: Campaign Disrupted

Burma will hold historic elections Sunday, but pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi said Friday there are efforts being made to disrupt the campaigns of opposition candidates. Calling these efforts "beyond what is acceptable for a democratic election,” Suu Kyi is accusing her rivals of vandalizing election posters, padding electoral registers and other cases of intimidation. The 66-year-old Suu Kyi is contesting a seat in her first election since being freed from house arrest in 2010, and she made her first public appearance since falling ill from seasickness and exhaustion over the weekend.