Myanmar journalists face intimidation, pressure from junta
ID Nugroho and Lilian Budianto
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Journalists working in military-ruled Myanmar continue to face intimidation, torture and arrests in reporting on the country's corrupt and brutal regime, despite international calls for more press freedom, a conference on media safety heard Tuesday. A Myanmar journalist, who asked not to be identified, told the conference that contrary to government claims, journalists in the country were...
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