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Myanmar costs 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 legislation and inspiring dissent towards the army, the junta stated Thursday. Toru Kubota, who was held whereas overlaying a protest in Yangon final week “has been charged underneath part 505 (a) and underneath immigration legislation 13-1”, the junta stated in an announcement. The 2 costs carry a most sentence of 5 years in jail.

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