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Detained reporters Lawi Weng, Aye Naing and Pyae Phone Aung raise their fists while speaking to media outside the Hsipaw Township court on Tuesday.

Remembering Lawi Weng, Imprisoned Myanmar Journalist

Reporters protest as they call on Myanmar government and military to release reporters who were arrested

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Detained reporters Lawi Weng, Aye Naing and Pyae Phone Aung raise their fists while speaking to media outside the Hsipaw Township court on Tuesday.

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Reporters protest as they call on Myanmar government and military to release reporters who were arrested

Slideshow (2 Images)

From left to right: Lawi Weng, Aye Nai, Pyae Phone Aung and Tun Aye outside the Hsipaw courthouse following their release. (Photo: DVB)

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Reporters protest as they call on Myanmar government and military authorities to release reporters who were arrested in Yangon, Myanmar June 30, 2017.

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Left to right - Aye Naing and Pyae Bone Naing from the Democratic Voice of Burma and Thein Zaw, also known as Lawi Weng, from The Irrawaddy

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