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Protests in Yangon after six journalists are accused of public order crimes


Yangon, March 12 (EFE / EPA), (Camera: Stringer).- A Myanmar court accused six journalists on Friday of violating public order, the day after the arrest of a Polish photographer.The justice system extended the preventive detention of Thein Zaw, a photographer working for AP, who faces up to three years in prison if he is found guilty, the US agency reported.FOOTAGE OF PROTESTS IN YANGON.

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