Three journalists, two of them foreigners, and their driver attended a fourth court hearing on Monday in relation to a drone that prosecutors say was flown illegally near Parliament last month, with the non-Burmese duo hit with an additional charge.
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Kyauktada Township court became the twelfth to sentence Htin Kyaw in relation to a single protest he staged in May.
Three hundred people gathered in central Rangoon on Sunday to denounce the extrajudicial killing of Par Gyi.
The heavyweight players in Burma’s press arena were in Rangoon on Thursday for a conference on media development.
Over 50 journalists and their supporters have been charged for protesting illegally after calling for media freedom.
Panellists on DVB Debate discuss whether the government is trying to remain in control of the press by invoking current laws that actually stop journalists from doing their jobs.