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Media Rights Group Criticizes Censorship in Burma


An international media rights group has criticized Burma for its frequent arrests and torture of journalists critical of the country's military government.

In a report issued to coincide with today's-Tuesday's Press Freedom Day, Reporters Without Borders says Burma's security services continue to detain journalists critical of the military or suspected of having links with the main opposition party-National League for Democracy- of detained leader Aung San Suu Kyi.

The report says the military junta in Rangoon has kept 12 journalists, including the country's most renowned journalist, Win Tin, locked up in very harsh conditions.

The Paris-based group also criticized Rangoon for its relentless advance censorship of both state-owned and private media.

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