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Aung Kyaw Oo, former student activist was first arrested for his role in the student protests during the mass uprising in 1988. He was jailed for 4 years in Insein prison. In 2008 he was arrested near the Thai-Burma border and accused of having contact with exiled organisations. He was jailed for 1 year before being released in an amnesty in 2009. He now live sin exile on the Thai-Burma border.
Aung Thike Soe, a member of the 88 Generation Students was arrested in October 2007 and sentenced to a 9 years for his role in organizing peaceful protests during the Saffron Revolution. He was released from Mandalay prison in October 2011 under the general amnesty.
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Aung Kyaw Oo, former student activist was first arrested for his role in the student protests during the mass uprising in 1988. He was jailed for 4 years in Insein prison. In 2008 he was arrested near the Thai-Burma border and accused of having contact with exiled organisations. He was jailed for 1 year before being released in an amnesty in 2009. He now live sin exile on the Thai-Burma border.<br />
Aung Thike Soe, a member of the 88 Generation Students was arrested in October 2007 and sentenced to a 9 years for his role in organizing peaceful protests during the Saffron Revolution. He was released from Mandalay prison in October 2011 under the general amnesty.