Sept. 18 - Myanmar's pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi met with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on her first trip to the U.S. in two decades. Deborah Gembara reports.
It was her first trip to the U.S in two decades and it started with a meeting with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in Wasington . Myanmar's pro democracy activist Aung Saun Suu Kyi is expected to receive several awards including the U.S.'s highest civilian award - the Congressional Gold Medal. She will also meet with President Obamaa. The nobel laureate's trip and her election to parliament signal major changes in Myanmar. She is expected to spend three weeks in the states.