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Myo Min Naing, a Rangoon university student was jailed for 4 years in 1990 for leading student protests. In 1996 he was arrested once again for his role in mass student demonstrations and was sentenced to 7 years in Insein and Myingyan prisons. He fled to the Thai-Burma border in 2003 and was resettled to Norway in 2005 where he founded and now runs a secret network of undercover video journalists inside the country working for the Democratic Voice of Burma.
Zaw Ye Win, a close friend of Myo Min Naing, was first jailed in 1990 for 3 years. In 1999 he was arrested for organizing demonstrations to mark the anniversary of the 8888 uprisings and sentenced to 17 years in prison. He was released from Taungoo prison in October 2011 under the general amnesty.
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Myo Min Naing, a Rangoon university student was jailed for 4 years in 1990 for leading student protests. In 1996 he was arrested once again for his role in mass student demonstrations and was sentenced to 7 years in Insein and Myingyan prisons. He fled to the Thai-Burma border in 2003 and was resettled to Norway in 2005 where he founded and now runs a secret network of undercover video journalists inside the country working for the Democratic Voice of Burma.<br />
Zaw Ye Win, a close friend of Myo Min Naing, was first jailed in 1990 for 3 years. In 1999 he was arrested for organizing demonstrations to mark the anniversary of the 8888 uprisings and sentenced to 17 years in prison. He was released from Taungoo prison in October 2011 under the general amnesty.