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Reuters journalists who covered Rohingya massacre lose appeal against 7-year prison sentence in Myanmar

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Two Reuters journalists jailed in Myanmar have lost their appeal against a seven-year sentence imposed over claims they broke the country's official secrets act.
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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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