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Reuters is known for its determination to report the facts, whatever they are and whomever they favor or offend. In the 166 countries where we operate, we remain committed to that goal, including in Myanmar, where our reporting continues. And we will not be intimidated from pursuing these stories despite the unjust prosecution of our journalists, and despite the fact that Myanmar's military has since imposed more restrictions on coverage of Rakhine State.
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>> And San Suu Kyi knows better than anyone what it is like to be a political prisoner in Myanmar. She has slept in a cell at the prison where Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo now sleep. But today she holds the key. The key to their liberty, the key to reuniting them with their young children, the key to freedom of the press, the key to truth and accountability, and the key to a more democratic and prosperous Myanmar.
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History will judge her on her response.
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