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Myanmar Appeals Court Upholds Prison Terms for Journalists

Wall Street Journal Friday, 11 January 2019 ()
A Myanmar appellate court upheld the convictions and seven-year prison sentences imposed on two Reuters journalists who had reported on abuses by Myanmar’s military against the Rohingya Muslim minority.
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News video: Court ruling means full sentences to be served by Reuters journalists in Myanmar

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Court ruling means full sentences to be served by Reuters journalists in Myanmar which has been criticised widely causing concern for the progress of the country. Sky's Ashish Joshi reports.

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