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Looking Back 2018: Myanmar Journalists Speak Out About Reporting Dangers

Myanmar Journalists Speak Out About Reporting Dangers

With 2018 first approaching,it’s time to look back at the year that was most eventful.

Press freedom in Myanmar took a hard hit this week with the sentencing of two Reuters journalists who had been investigating a Rohingya massacre. Steve Sandford speaks to Myanmar journalists about the dangers that reporters and media groups face as the critics say the country is slipping back into its old ways of targeting the press for reporting the truth.  VOA NEWS

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