Vaguely worded, century-old law criminalizes news gathering and leaves journalists open to official abuse, say media, legal and rights activists.
Judge cites travel itinerary for Pope Francis downloaded from a German website, AA officer’s phone number among ‘state secrets’ in journalists’ possession
Myanmar’s journalists do not have the protection of the law or the government, but in Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s own words, they have the protection of the truth
The verdict in the Reuters reporters’ case has been delayed, but truth and justice cannot be postponed.
Ko Wa Lone and Ko Kyaw Soe Oo plead not guilty; international press freedom groups call for charges to be dropped.
Court to rule next week on whether to charge journalists accused of violating Official Secrets Act
Six months of pretrial hearings wrap up; defense lawyers cite inconsistencies between testimony from witnesses, accused in Official Secrets case.
Neither the Home Affairs Minister nor the President can afford to ignore allegations that police hatched a plot to frame two journalists
State media’s ad department rejects statement by 26 Naypyitaw-based journalists calling for information, speedy release of pair
Myanmar has accused Reuters reporters Wa Lone, 31, and Kyaw Soe Oo, 27, of breaching the country's Official Secrets Act, a little-used hangover from colonial rule. Sam Zarifi, secretary