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Thai court to rule on Myanmar workers' appeal in British tourist murders

Reuters Thursday, 29 August 2019
Thailand's Supreme Court was set to rule on Thursday in the final appeal of two Myanmar migrant workers sentenced to death for the murder of two British backpackers on a popular Thai holiday island.
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