By Jonathan Rabinov

By Jonathan Rabinovitz at the Stanford University Graduate School of Education 3.

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and in 2004, 4real ?S. Common Herbal Supplement Linked to Cancer Many people turn to herbal supplements to improve their health But herbal doesn’t necessarily mean safe Two new studies have found that birthwort an ingredient commonly found in supplements and widely used in Asia may be as cancerous as smoking By Thu Thu Aung YANGON (Reuters) – Myanmar civil groups signed an open letter to the country’s president on Thursday urging him to immediately release two Reuters reporters accused of possessing secret government papers and police officers involved in what it called an "obviously an unreasonable case" The letter signed by 163 civil society groups also asked newly-elected Myanmar President Win Myint to "seek justice and truth" and to set up an investigation committee to "reveal justice as soon as possible in order to maintain people’s trust in the judiciary sector" Myanmar government spokesman Zaw Htay did not respond to requests for comment He has declined to comment on the case after previous court hearings saying the country’s courts are independent A court in Yangon has been holding preliminary hearings since January to decide whether Reuters reporters Wa Lone 32 and Kyaw Soe Oo 28 will be charged under the colonial-era Official Secrets Act which carries a maximum penalty of 14 years in prison Myanmar in December also arrested two police officers who were identified as "allegedly involved in the case" It has become a landmark press freedom case after a police officer told the court last week that a senior officer had ordered police to "trap" one of the two journalists arrested in December telling police to meet reporter Wa Lone and give him "secret documents" At the time of the reporters’ arrest they had been working on an investigation into a killing of 10 Rohingya men and boys in Myanmar’s western Rakhine state during an army crackdown that United Nations agencies say has sent nearly 700000 people fleeing to Bangladesh Police Captain Moe Yan Naing who described to the court how police planted secret documents on Reuters reporters faces charges of violating police regulations and faces up to two years in prison and dismissal His family was evicted from their home in police housing at the weekend which has become front page news and was widely shared on social media in Myanmar Many expressed sympathy for the family’s plight Police have said the eviction order was not related to Moe Yan Naing’s testimony without elaborating further "We believe that this is not a fair case . and then Paltrow traveled to London for the opening of Goop’s first international store. The earlier you sent yours in,@DailyPostNgr? Image courtesy: Twitter/@SadhviSaraswati They said the sadhvi, whosoever has water is affected by the Water Resources Bill.

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