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Myanmar’s media martyrs freed

Reuters journalists Kyaw Soe Oo, left, and Wa Lone reunited with their families

THE TWO FIGURES WERE FIRST SPOTTED by a photographer who arrived early on the scene, with a telephoto lens through the gates of a Yangon prison on May 7. One man’s signature thick-rimmed glasses confirmed it: the award-winning Reuters journalists whose

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