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Myanmar's Suu Kyi defends jailing of two Reuters journalists - The Morung Express

(REUTERS File Photo) HANOI, September 13 (Reuters): Myanmar government leader Aung San Suu Kyi said on Thursday the jailing of two Reuters journalists had nothing to do with freedom of expression and they can appeal against their seven-year sentences. Suu Kyi, in her first public comment on the case since the two were convicted, referred to the colonial-era law under which they were charged. “They were not jailed because they were journalists, they were jailed because … the court has decided that they have broken the Official Secrets Act,” she said at a conference of the World Economic Forum in Hanoi. She made her comments in response to a question from a forum moderator who asked whether she felt comfortable about the reporters being jailed. The journalists, Wa Lone, 32, and Kyaw Soe Oo, 28, were convicted on official secrets charges on Monday last week in a landmark case that has raised questions about Myanmar’s progress towards democracy. The two reporters, who had pleaded not guilty, were investigating the killing of 10 villagers from the Muslim Rohingya minority by the Myanmar security forces at the time of their arrest. The military later acknowledged the killings and said it punished several soldiers. The United Nations, human rights and press freedom groups and various governments criticised the convictions. U.S.

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Undoctored École Émile-Cohl image Students made to look black in French art school photo These are external links and will open in a new window Image caption The original, undoctored image as posted on the college’s website A French private art college has apologised after one of its promotional images was doctored to include more black students. The photo of a class trip to an art gallery was posted on a US promotional website for Lyon’s Émile-Cohl art school. Students noticed it was altered to darken the skin of white students, with black students digitally inserted. The school has apologised, and blamed the doctored image on a US PR company. Social media users posted comparisons of the original image and the altered version on Twitter. On its website, a statement by Émile-Cohl college says the school was first alerted to the image by students. They say it was “retouched to change the physical appearance” of some students. It removed the doctored image from the website and apologised to those concerned, “because it goes without saying that we disapprove of this process”. The photo was intended to be used as promotional material for a new college subsidiary in Los Angeles. The college director Antoine Rivière said in an interview with French news magazine L’Express the college sent several photos to a US communications firm “to enhance the reputation of our school there”. The image was changed without their knowledge, he says.

Behind are (from … more Photo: Tom Reel, Staff / Staff Photographer Fire union officials and a handful of allies took a victory lap on Wednesday, celebrating their legal triumph a day after the Texas Supreme Court rejected a request to consider invalidating the upcoming charter-amendment election. Print subscribers get a password for your existing account here H-E-B to hire hundreds of employees for new digital HQ in Austin At every level, judges denied a push from the Secure San Antonio’s Future political action committee to block the Nov. 6 election on three controversial charter amendments. The PAC, led by political consultant Christian Archer, sued over how the union paid for its petition campaign, which led to the calling of the election. Chris Steele, president of the San Antonio Professional Fire Fighters Association, framed the victory as a win for the public, a solid punch in the gut of special interests, power brokers and out-of-control politicians hellbent on keeping democracy from voters. “(On Tuesday), the people won and corruption lost,” he said, opening a 23-minute press conference at the union hall. “On Nov. 6, the people will have the chance to make all the changes needed to take back City Hall.

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