Rohingya Muslims gather at a refugee camp outside Sittwe, Myanmar. Phuket news website editor Alan Morison and reporter Chutima Sidasathian, who have been covering the Rohingya story for years, face two years in jail if found guilty. Photo: Reuters Rohingya Muslims gather at a refugee camp outside Sittwe, Myanmar. Phuket news website editor Alan Morison and reporter Chutima Sidasathian, who have been covering the Rohingya story for years, face two years in jail if found guilty. Photo: Reuters
Rohingya Muslims gather at a refugee camp outside Sittwe, Myanmar. Phuket news website editor Alan Morison and reporter Chutima Sidasathian, who have been covering the Rohingya story for years, face two years in jail if found guilty. Photo: Reuters

Thailand must drop charges against journalists who exposed the plight of Rohingya refugees

Rohingya Muslims gather at a refugee camp outside Sittwe, Myanmar. Phuket news website editor Alan Morison and reporter Chutima Sidasathian, who have been covering the Rohingya story for years, face two years in jail if found guilty. Photo: Reuters Rohingya Muslims gather at a refugee camp outside Sittwe, Myanmar. Phuket news website editor Alan Morison and reporter Chutima Sidasathian, who have been covering the Rohingya story for years, face two years in jail if found guilty. Photo: Reuters
Rohingya Muslims gather at a refugee camp outside Sittwe, Myanmar. Phuket news website editor Alan Morison and reporter Chutima Sidasathian, who have been covering the Rohingya story for years, face two years in jail if found guilty. Photo: Reuters
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