Myanmar

Few answers for wife of murdered journalist

Nayi Min, one of three journalists from Eleven Media group arrested for incitement on Oct 10 after the Yangon region government lodged a criminal complaint over an article, arriving at Tamwe court in Yangon that day. The trio were freed on bail last
Nayi Min, one of three journalists from Eleven Media group arrested for incitement on Oct 10 after the Yangon region government lodged a criminal complaint over an article, arriving at Tamwe court in Yangon that day. The trio were freed on bail last Friday. PHOTO: REUTERS
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It has been almost two years since Ms Khin Cho Latt's husband was found lifeless by the road in Monywa, north-western Myanmar.

Mr Soe Moe Tun, an investigative reporter working for Eleven Media group, had been looking into illegal logging and other clandestine activities at the time when he was bludgeoned to death.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on November 02, 2018, with the headline Few answers for wife of murdered journalist. Subscribe