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Showing posts with label Journalist. Show all posts
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Thursday, June 10, 2021

Journalists Who Fled Myanmar Find Third-Country Refuge

VOA
By Associated Press
June 08, 2021
This handout photo from Thailand's San Sai District Administrative Office taken May 9, 2021, and released June 2, 2021, shows five Myanmar nationals, including three Democratic Voice of Burma journalists during their arrest at a residence in Chiang Mai.


BANGKOK - Three journalists from military-ruled Myanmar who were convicted of illegal entry after they fled to Thailand have been sent to a third country where they are safe, their employer said Monday.

The three staff members of the Democratic Voice of Burma, better known as DVB, were arrested on May 9 in the northern Thai province of Chiang Mai along with two other people from Myanmar described as activists. On May 28, they each were fined $128 (4,000 baht) and sentenced to seven months' imprisonment, suspended for a year.

Friday, March 12, 2021

How Myanmar's military-controlled government is cracking down on journalists

Q107
Elaine Kurtenbach
The Associated Press
March 9, 2021


WARNING: This story contains graphic content. WATCH: Myanmar's violent crackdown on protests becomes deadlier

Myanmar’s military-controlled government is cracking down on coverage of mass protests, raiding media companies and detaining dozens of journalists since its Feb. 1 coup, including Thein Zaw of The Associated Press.

Thursday, March 4, 2021

Myanmar journalist livestreams as security forces fire near apartment

NEW YORK POST
By Reuters
March 2, 2021

 
A Myanmar journalist live-streamed police firing near his apartment on Monday night, March 1, before his arrest in the coastal city of Myeik.

“Help! Help! They are shooting at me,” said Democratic Voice of Burma (DVB) reporter Kaung Myat Hlaing in the video.

Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Myanmar journalists on trial for reporting alleged chemical weapons factory

REUTERS
26 November 2019


YANGON (Reuters) - Myanmar police have charged five journalists with “disclosing state secrets” after their newspaper carried a story about an alleged chemical weapons factory, state media reported Sunday.

The trial of four reporters and the head of Unity Journal began on February 14 in Pakokku, a town in the country’s central region where the military facility is located, the state-run New Light of Myanmar newspaper said.
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