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>> One of the two Reuters journalists imprisoned in Myanmar has now missed the birth of his daughter. Wa Lone's wife gave birth to the couple's first child on Friday. But he's been detained for most of her pregnancy and will see his daughter for the first time in a photograph.
>> I've wished Wa Lone could be free since before I knew I was pregnant, but my wish failed. Then, I changed my wish to another, and wished he could be freed soon after giving birth, because both father and mother want to welcome a baby together during the delivery.
Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo are facing 14 years in jail for allegedly violating the country's Official Secrets Act. They've been detained since December, accused of obtaining secret state documents, in a case widely seen as a test of press freedom. The pair were arrested while reporting on the massacre of ten muslim man in Myanmar.
The killings took place during an army crackdown that United Nations Agency say prompted about 700,000 people to flee to Bangladesh. The journalists have pleaded not guilty to the charges. They say they were entrapped by police officers who planted documents on them. Final arguments are expected to be heard in court this month and a verdict issued in the weeks following.