High-risk news coverage: Reporting the crackdown in Myanmar | The Listening Post

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As military leaders ban independent media and arrest reporters, citizen journalists become an information lifeline in Myanmar.

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Swe Win - Editor-in-chief, Myanmar Now

Aye Chan Naing - Chief editor, Democratic Voice of Burma

Wai Hnin Pwint Thon - The Burma Campaign UK

Wai Wai Nu - Human rights activist; founder, Women's Peace Network

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