epa01811828 A protestor wearing a picture of Myanmar democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi behind bars during a demonstration outside the Myanmar Embassy, in Bangkok, Thailand, 31 July 2009, as a Myanmar court expected to deliver a verdict today, postponed until August 11 its verdict on Suu Kyi, 64, and three others charged with breaking the terms of her house arrest. The trial session at a special court set up in Insein Prison in Yangon lasted only 10 minutes. Suu Kyi stands accused of breaking the terms of her house detention by allowing US national John William Yettaw to swim to her home-cum-prison on May 3 and stay in her compound until the night of May 5. The Nobel Peace Prize laureate has spent 14 of the past 20 years under house detention. She faces a minimum of three years in jail and a maximum of five if found guilty. EPA/BARBARA WALTON
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