Myanmar court delays verdict in Suu Kyi incitement trial: source

NAYPYIDAW (AFP): A Myanmar junta court on Tuesday (Nov 30) postponed giving a verdict in the incitement trial of ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi (pic), a source close to the case told AFP.

The court, which had been due to rule on her trial for incitement against the military, which carries a three-year jail term, adjourned the verdict date "until Dec 6," said the source.

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