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Kyaw Zwa Moe was arrested in December 1991 for his role in the student lead protests known as the '10D Movement' when Aung San Suu Kyi was awarded the Nobel Peace prize. HE was sentenced to 10 years in prison and spent almost 8 years in Insein and Tharawaddy jails. He fled to Thailand and is now Managing Editor at the exiled media organisation 'The Irrawaddy".
Ant Bwe Kyaw, leading member of the 88 Generation Students and former cellmate of Kyaw Zwa Moe, was first arrested for his role in the 10D movement of 1991. He was released in 1999 and became a writer. He joined the 88 Generation Students in 2005 and lead peaceful protests in August 2007 that lead to the Saffron Revolution. He was arrested and sentenced to 65 years and is currently detained in Katha prison.
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Kyaw Zwa Moe was arrested in December 1991 for his role in the student lead protests known as the '10D Movement' when Aung San Suu Kyi was awarded the Nobel Peace prize. HE was sentenced to 10 years in prison and spent almost 8 years in Insein and Tharawaddy jails. He fled to Thailand and is now Managing Editor at the exiled media organisation 'The Irrawaddy".<br />
Ant Bwe Kyaw, leading member of the 88 Generation Students and former cellmate of Kyaw Zwa Moe, was first arrested for his role in the 10D movement of 1991. He was released in 1999 and became a writer. He joined the 88 Generation Students in 2005 and lead peaceful protests in August 2007 that lead to the Saffron Revolution. He was arrested and sentenced to 65 years and is currently detained in Katha prison.