Episode 48: Families torn apart

This week, Doh Athan speaks to the families of Ko Wa Lone and Ko Kyaw Soe Oo, the two Reuters journalists sentenced to seven years in prison earlier this month, under the country’s Official Secrets Act.

The two men have been held in Insein Prison since last December, and their wives speak about how their detention has impacted lives, and in particular their two young daughters.

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