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Myanmar detention was 'hell', says freed Japanese filmmaker

FILE PHOTO: Toru Kubota, a Japanese filmmaker held by authorities in Myanmar since being arrested in July, and who has been freed on November 17th in Myanmar, arrives at Haneda Airport, in Tokyo, Japan November 18, 2022. Mandatory credit Kyodo via REUTERS

FILE PHOTO: Toru Kubota, a Japanese filmmaker held by authorities in Myanmar since being arrested in July, and who has been freed on November 17th in Myanmar, arrives at Haneda Airport, in Tokyo, Japan November 18, 2022. Mandatory credit Kyodo via...more

FILE PHOTO: Toru Kubota, a Japanese filmmaker held by authorities in Myanmar since being arrested in July, and who has been freed on November 17th in Myanmar, arrives at Haneda Airport, in Tokyo, Japan November 18, 2022. Mandatory credit Kyodo via REUTERS
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