6,000 people were pardoned in Myanmar
About 6,000 people were released in Myanmar (formerly Burma) as part of an amnesty during the country's national holiday. This was reported by the local news agency "Myanmar Now" on Thursday.
Among those released are foreign citizens. In particular, it is reported that Japanese journalist Toru Kubota, who was arrested in Yangon in August while filming the protest action against the country's leadership, has been released.
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