Myanmar expenses Japanese journalist with encouraging dissent – Instances of India

Myanmar expenses Japanese journalist with encouraging dissent – Instances of India

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YANGON: A Japanese journalist detained in Myanmar has been charged with breaching immigration regulation and inspiring dissent in opposition to the navy, the junta stated Thursday.
Toru Kubota, who was held whereas overlaying a protest in Yangon final week “has been charged below part 505 (a) and below immigration regulation 13-1”, the junta stated in a press release. The 2 expenses carry a most sentence of 5 years in jail.



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