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Burma - Japanese photographer's murder still unpunished six years later

Reporters without borders
Today is the sixth anniversary of Japanese photographer Kenji Nagai's fatal shooting by a soldier in Rangoon during the military dictatorship. Since Nagai's death, the military have relinquished power and many reforms have got under way, but his murder is still unpunished. Reporters Without Borders has not forgotten this tragedy and reiterates the appeal it made to President Thein Sein in July. “When the Burmese president visited France in July, we urged him to create a commission of enquiry (...)

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