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Voice of AmericaMyanmar Prosecution of Journalists Spurs International PressureVoice of AmericaAs the trial of two Myanmar journalists begins in Yangon, the case has now passed from the sphere of Myanmar's military, which retains full control of the police, to the sphere of the elected civilian government of Aung San Suu Kyi. Wa Lone and Kyaw ...Latest international reaction to arrest of Reuters reporters in MyanmarReutersall 43 news articles » read whole article



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