Episode 77: A parent's worst nightmare

This week, in partnership with Monywa Gazette, Doh Athan meets the parents of one of two boys who disappeared from the central Myanmar town in October last year.

More than six months after their disappearance, Daw Ye Ye Myint said she searches for her son whenever she goes outside, and has requested help to find her son from State Counsellor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi.

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