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Rangoon - Three Myanmar correspondents were briefly held in Ayeyarwady region last night when they reportedly recruited a handicapped children serviceman, her publisher said. The 16-year-old Maung Thet Min Paing, Ma Kay Zone Nway, Ma Win Nandar and Ko Phyo Thiha Cho researched a tale, said U Zarny Win, Myanmar Speech Editors of Myanmar Now.
First part of the tale, released June 20, said that he was enlisted three month ago to receive army education in a Yegyi community in Ayeyarawady region area. Reporter interview Maung Thet Min Paing's wife and daughter, and take photos outside the Yegyi No 8 base gym, Zarny Win said.
He said that around 3 pm last night they went into the encampment with members of his wife and daughter who had previously arranged to be there. Tsarny Win said the journalists were then arrested and questioned by members of the Tatmadaw. "They went to the camps, but they didn't do anything. They didn't take any pictures.
After their arrest, the journalists could not be approached until about 5.15 pm, he said. Meanwhile, Myanmar Now approached the Myanmar Press Council, Deputy Information Minister U Aung Hla Tun and State Council General Manager U Zaw Htay. Reporter are said to have been discharged from storage around 5:30.
The Myanmar Now journalists said that the journalists did not take any photos in the warehouse, but that the Tatmadaw confiscated a storage map with pictures of the film. Colonel Myat Min Oo, a Tatmadaw True News Information Team spokesman, said today that he knew nothing of the event and refused to make any comments.
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