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Detained Myanmar journalist Wa Lone (C) is escorted by police to a prison van after another day in his ongoing trial in Yangon on April 11, 2018.
A Myanmar court on April 11 rejected a motion to drop a case against two Reuters journalists arrested while investigating a massacre of Rohingya Muslims, pushing ahead with a controversial prosecution that has sparked global outrage. / AFP PHOTO / SAI AUNG MAIN        (Photo credit should read SAI AUNG MAIN/AFP/Getty Images)
Detained Myanmar journalist Wa Lone (C) is escorted by police to a prison van after another day in his ongoing trial in Yangon on April 11, 2018.
A Myanmar court on April 11 rejected a motion to drop a case against two Reuters journalists arrested while investigating a massacre of Rohingya Muslims, pushing ahead with a controversial prosecution that has sparked global outrage. / AFP PHOTO / SAI AUNG MAIN        (Photo credit should read SAI AUNG MAIN/AFP/Getty Images)

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