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Aye Aye Moe, a former student activist, was arrested in July 1998 and sentenced to 2 years in prison for unlawful association with the ABSDF of which her brother was a member. She was jailed for 2 years in Insein and Taunglaylone prisons. Her husband Khun Saing has already been re-settled to the UK, but she is still waiting in Umpiem Mai refugee camp with their young son, hoping one day to join him.
Nyan Lin, a former central committee member of the ABFSU and member of the 88 Generation Students, was first arrested in 1993 and spent 4 years in prison for his role in student protests. He was arrested again 1998 and sentenced to a further 5 years in prison. In 2005 he joined the 88 Generation Students and in August 2007 lead protests in Rangoon but was arrested and is currently serving a 65 year sentence in Pa'an prison.
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THAILAND: UMPIEM MAI REFUGEE CAMP
Aye Aye Moe, a former student activist, was arrested in July 1998 and sentenced to 2 years in prison for unlawful association with the ABSDF of which her brother was a member. She was jailed for 2 years in Insein and Taunglaylone prisons. Her husband Khun Saing has already been re-settled to the UK, but she is still waiting in Umpiem Mai refugee camp with their young son, hoping one day to join him.<br />
Nyan Lin, a former central committee member of the ABFSU and member of the 88 Generation Students, was first arrested in 1993 and spent 4 years in prison for his role in student protests. He was arrested again 1998 and sentenced to a further 5 years in prison. In 2005 he joined the 88 Generation Students and in August 2007 lead protests in Rangoon but was arrested and is currently serving a 65 year sentence in Pa'an prison.