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Reuters reporters jailed in Myanmar freed from prison

Reuters reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo gesture as they walk to Insein prison gate after being freed, after receiving a presidential pardon in Yangon, Myanmar, May 7. REUTERS/Ann Wang

Reuters reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo gesture as they walk to Insein prison gate after being freed, after more

Reuters reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo gesture as they walk to Insein prison gate after being freed, after receiving a presidential pardon in Yangon, Myanmar, May 7. REUTERS/Ann Wang
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Reuters reporter Wa Lone poses with wife Pan Ei Mon and daughter, along with Reuters reporter Kyaw Soe Oo carrying his daughter next to wife Chit Su Win, after being freed from prison, after receiving a presidential pardon in Yangon, Myanmar, May 7. REUTERS/Ann Wang/Pool

Reuters reporter Wa Lone poses with wife Pan Ei Mon and daughter, along with Reuters reporter Kyaw Soe Oo carrmore

Reuters reporter Wa Lone poses with wife Pan Ei Mon and daughter, along with Reuters reporter Kyaw Soe Oo carrying his daughter next to wife Chit Su Win, after being freed from prison, after receiving a presidential pardon in Yangon, Myanmar, May 7. REUTERS/Ann Wang/Pool
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Reuters reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo celebrate with their children after being freed from prison, after receiving a presidential pardon in Yangon, Myanmar, May 7. REUTERS/Ann Wang/Pool

Reuters reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo celebrate with their children after being freed from prison, after rmore

Reuters reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo celebrate with their children after being freed from prison, after receiving a presidential pardon in Yangon, Myanmar, May 7. REUTERS/Ann Wang/Pool
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Reuters reporter Wa Lone celebrates with his daughter and wife Pan Ei Mon after being freed from prison, after receiving a presidential pardon in Yangon, Myanmar, May 7. REUTERS/Ann Wang/Pool

Reuters reporter Wa Lone celebrates with his daughter and wife Pan Ei Mon after being freed from prison, aftermore

Reuters reporter Wa Lone celebrates with his daughter and wife Pan Ei Mon after being freed from prison, after receiving a presidential pardon in Yangon, Myanmar, May 7. REUTERS/Ann Wang/Pool
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Reuters reporter Kyaw Soe Oo celebrates with his wife and daughter after being freed from prison, after receiving a presidential pardon in Yangon, Myanmar, May 7. REUTERS/Ann Wang/Pool

Reuters reporter Kyaw Soe Oo celebrates with his wife and daughter after being freed from prison, after receivmore

Reuters reporter Kyaw Soe Oo celebrates with his wife and daughter after being freed from prison, after receiving a presidential pardon in Yangon, Myanmar, May 7. REUTERS/Ann Wang/Pool
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Reuters reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo celebrate with their children after being freed from prison, after receiving a presidential pardon in Yangon, Myanmar. REUTERS/Ann Wang/Pool

Reuters reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo celebrate with their children after being freed from prison, after rmore

Reuters reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo celebrate with their children after being freed from prison, after receiving a presidential pardon in Yangon, Myanmar. REUTERS/Ann Wang/Pool
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Reuters reporter Wa Lone and his wife Pan Ei Mon celebrate with their daughter after Wa Lone was freed from prison after receiving a presidential pardon in Yangon, Myanmar, May 7. REUTERS/Ann Wang/Pool

Reuters reporter Wa Lone and his wife Pan Ei Mon celebrate with their daughter after Wa Lone was freed from prmore

Reuters reporter Wa Lone and his wife Pan Ei Mon celebrate with their daughter after Wa Lone was freed from prison after receiving a presidential pardon in Yangon, Myanmar, May 7. REUTERS/Ann Wang/Pool
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Reuters reporter Kyaw Soe Oo celebrates with wife Chit Su Win and his daughter after being freed from prison, after receiving a presidential pardon in Yangon, Myanmar, May 7. REUTERS/Ann Wang/Pool

Reuters reporter Kyaw Soe Oo celebrates with wife Chit Su Win and his daughter after being freed from prison, more

Reuters reporter Kyaw Soe Oo celebrates with wife Chit Su Win and his daughter after being freed from prison, after receiving a presidential pardon in Yangon, Myanmar, May 7. REUTERS/Ann Wang/Pool
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Reuters reporters Wa Lone celebrates with his daughter after being freed from prison, after receiving a presidential pardon in Yangon, Myanmar, May 7. REUTERS/Ann Wang/Pool

Reuters reporters Wa Lone celebrates with his daughter after being freed from prison, after receiving a presidmore

Reuters reporters Wa Lone celebrates with his daughter after being freed from prison, after receiving a presidential pardon in Yangon, Myanmar, May 7. REUTERS/Ann Wang/Pool
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Reuters reporter Wa Lone speaks to media after he is freed from Insein prison after receiving a presidential pardon in Yangon, Myanmar, May 7. REUTERS/Ann Wang/Pool

Reuters reporter Wa Lone speaks to media after he is freed from Insein prison after receiving a presidential pmore

Reuters reporter Wa Lone speaks to media after he is freed from Insein prison after receiving a presidential pardon in Yangon, Myanmar, May 7. REUTERS/Ann Wang/Pool
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Reuters reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo gesture as they walk to Insein prison gate after being freed, after receiving a presidential pardon in Yangon, Myanmar, May 7. REUTERS/Ann Wang

Reuters reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo gesture as they walk to Insein prison gate after being freed, after more

Reuters reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo gesture as they walk to Insein prison gate after being freed, after receiving a presidential pardon in Yangon, Myanmar, May 7. REUTERS/Ann Wang
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Reuters reporter Wa Lone gives a thumbs up as he walks to Insein prison gate after being freed, after receiving a presidential pardon in Yangon, Myanmar, May 7. REUTERS/Ann Wang

Reuters reporter Wa Lone gives a thumbs up as he walks to Insein prison gate after being freed, after receivinmore

Reuters reporter Wa Lone gives a thumbs up as he walks to Insein prison gate after being freed, after receiving a presidential pardon in Yangon, Myanmar, May 7. REUTERS/Ann Wang
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Reuters reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo react in a vehicle after being freed from Insein prison after receiving a presidential pardon in Yangon, Myanmar, May 7. REUTERS/Ann Wang

Reuters reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo react in a vehicle after being freed from Insein prison after receivmore

Reuters reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo react in a vehicle after being freed from Insein prison after receiving a presidential pardon in Yangon, Myanmar, May 7. REUTERS/Ann Wang
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Reuters reporter Wa Lone reacts in a vehicle after being freed from Insein prison after receiving a presidential pardon in Yangon, Myanmar, May 7. REUTERS/Ann Wang

Reuters reporter Wa Lone reacts in a vehicle after being freed from Insein prison after receiving a presidentimore

Reuters reporter Wa Lone reacts in a vehicle after being freed from Insein prison after receiving a presidential pardon in Yangon, Myanmar, May 7. REUTERS/Ann Wang
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Reuters reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo react in a vehicle after being freed from Insein prison after receiving a presidential pardon in Yangon, Myanmar, May 7. REUTERS/Ann Wang

Reuters reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo react in a vehicle after being freed from Insein prison after receivmore

Reuters reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo react in a vehicle after being freed from Insein prison after receiving a presidential pardon in Yangon, Myanmar, May 7. REUTERS/Ann Wang
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