Japanese / Yuki Kitazumi / Tokyo-Based Nikkei / Yangon / Sunday

Myanmar: A Japanese freelance journalist, Yuki Kitazumi, who previously was a reporter for the Tokyo-based Nikkei business daily and now lives in Yangon, "was carried away by a police vehicle near his house on Sunday night," local media reported.

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