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Myanmar (Burma), Southeast Asia
Population: 56,320,000
Chief of State: President Thein Sein
Head of Gov.: President Thein Sein
Christians: 8.8%
Evangelical Christians: 5.1%
Dominant Religion: Buddhism
Persecution Ranking: 18th
Life Expectancy: 66.29 Years
Literacy Rate: 92.7%
Population Below Poverty Line: 32.7%
Refugees Living in Myanmar: 1,186,501

Pray for Myanmar - facebook page

Two Myanmar Reuters journalists, given seven-year sentences, have been freed after 500 days in prison. At the time of their arrest in December 2017 they had been investigating the killing of ten Muslim Rohingya men and boys by security forces and Buddhist civilians. They were released as part of a presidential amnesty for 6,520 prisoners.

Pray for these men and their families as they process all that has happened.
Pray that they might come to know the love, comfort and healing of the Lord Jesus Christ (The Bible, Hebrews 13:1-3).

Two Reuters reporters freed in Myanmar after more than 500 days in jail (Reuters)

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Myanmar (Burma), Southeast Asia
Population: 56,320,000
Chief of State: President Thein Sein
Head of Gov.: President Thein Sein
Christians: 8.8%
Evangelical Christians: 5.1%
Dominant Religion: Buddhism
Persecution Ranking: 18th
Life Expectancy: 66.29 Years
Literacy Rate: 92.7%
Population Below Poverty Line: 32.7%
Refugees Living in Myanmar: 1,186,501

Pray for Myanmar - facebook page

Two Myanmar Reuters journalists, given seven-year sentences, have been freed after 500 days in prison. At the time of their arrest in December 2017 they had been investigating the killing of ten Muslim Rohingya men and boys by security forces and Buddhist civilians. They were released as part of a presidential amnesty for 6,520 prisoners.

Pray for these men and their families as they process all that has happened.
Pray that they might come to know the love, comfort and healing of the Lord Jesus Christ (The Bible, Hebrews 13:1-3).

Two Reuters reporters freed in Myanmar after more than 500 days in jail (Reuters)