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UK Urges Myanmar's Suu Kyi To Investigate Case Of Jailed Reuters Reporters

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UK Urges Myanmar's Suu Kyi To Investigate Case Of Jailed Reuters Reporters

According to a report by Reuters, on Friday, Britain called on Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi to investigate whether due process was followed in the case of two Reuters reporters sentenced to seven years in jain in Myanmar.

The news follows the decision by a Myanmar court to reject the appeal of the two reporters, claiming the defense had not yet provided sufficient evidence to prove their innocence.

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