A Myanmar military court has sentenced US journalist Danny Fenster to 11 years in jail after he was detained earlier this year
Mr Fenster was found guilty of breaching immigration law, unlawful association and encouraging dissent against the military.
The 37-year old was earlier this week slapped with two additional charges of sedition and terrorism, which carry a maximum sentence of life imprisonment.
A verdict on the new charges has not yet been given.
Fenster who was the managing editor of online site Frontier Myanmar, was detained at Yangon international airport in May.
He is one of dozens of local journalists that have been detained since a military coup in February.
CNN begins mass layoffs
CNN has begun cutting hundreds of staff from its news operations around the world
CNN is eliminating some 400 positions around the world, equating to about 10% of staff.
The cuts come on top of the August closure of CNN+, which resulted in the departure of more than 200 employees.
Staff waited anxiously for a notification of a video call in which they would be laid off.
HLN will drop all live programming.
Its international quarters has also been impacted, with a loss of programming in London.
It comes after a tumultuous year for its new parent company, following the merger between Discovery and Warner Brothers.
Lachlan Murdoch to appear in $1.6b lawsuit
Fox Corp boss Lachlan Murdoch is set to appear for a deposition hearing next week, as the defamation lawsuit against Fox News continues.
Dominion Voting Systems is suing Fox over false claims made in relation to voting machines, alleging they rigged the results of the 2020 election between Donald Trump and Joe Biden.
Dominion has argued the parent company played a role in Fox hosts in spreading misinformation about voter fraud, and is seeking $1.6 billion in damages.
Fox personalities including Tucker Carlson and Jeanine Pirro have already given evidence.
Requests to dismiss the case have been denied and neither side has shown signs of entering settlement talks.
Who made your favourites list on Spotify?
Spotify has been unwrapped, showcasing top songs, artists and albums that have been listened to this year
Spotify users are sharing their most-streamed songs, artists and albums from 2022.
The annual Spotify Unwrapped puts together a list the streaming service’s most popular tracks each year.
Bad Bunny is the first to top Spotify’s most-streamed artist list three years in a row. The Puerto Rican rapper was behind 18.5 billion streams.
Taylor Swift came a close second, followed by Drake, The Weekend and BTS.
Meanwhile, Harry Styles’ ‘As It Was’ took out the top spot for most popular song.
Joe Rogan’s podcast finished the year on top.
The company likes to put a new spin on its lists, and this year gives users a glimpse into what your stream say about your overall taste.
They’ve worked out 16 listening personality types to best fit including The Replayer, The Specialist, and The Fanclubber.
There are also $40,000 messages of ‘thanks’ from artists for their top listeners.
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