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Jailed Burmese journalists to win emminent award for exposing Rohingya massacre

  For more than two months, the Burmese government has held two Reuters reporters in prison for their investigation into a massacre by the country's military. Now, just days after their explosive and detailed account of the operation was finally published, the two men will win a renowned journalism award for their work. PEN America, a nonprofit organization that […]
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