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Kaythi Aye was arrested in December 1991 fro participating in student lead demonstrations known as the 10D movement in celebration of Aung San Suu Kyi winning the Nobel Peace prize. She was sentenced to 12 years in prison but was released six months later under a General Amnesty. She later fled to the Thai-Burma border before resettling to Norway.
Myo Min Zaw, a leading member of the ABFSU was arrested for leading student demonstrations in 1998 demanding the end to military rule in Burma. He was sentenced to 52 years in prison and is still detained in Putao prison.
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Kaythi Aye was arrested in December 1991 fro participating in student lead demonstrations known as the 10D movement in celebration of Aung San Suu Kyi winning the Nobel Peace prize. She was sentenced to 12 years in prison but was released six months later under a General Amnesty. She later fled to the Thai-Burma border before resettling to Norway.<br />
Myo Min Zaw, a leading member of the ABFSU was arrested for leading student demonstrations in 1998 demanding the end to military rule in Burma. He was sentenced to 52 years in prison and is still detained in Putao prison.