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28/11/2017
Africa, GUINEA
Guinea suspended broadcasting by a radio station on Monday after it attempted to interview the leader of a teachers' strike which has drawn thousands of pupils onto the streets in support.
28/11/2017
Europe, FRANCE
A French court has sentenced a man who wounded a photographer in a shooting in 2013 to 25 years behind bars, in a case that predated the string of jihadist attacks that has since struck the country.
27/11/2017
S and C Asia, MYANMAR
The TRT World crew detained earlier in October for the possession an "unlicensed" drone will appear in a court for the fourth time in the Myanmar capital on Monday.
27/11/2017
Asia-Pacific, PAKISTAN
Social networking websites continue to remain blocked in Pakistan following the government’s crackdown on the Faizabad protesters a day earlier.
27/11/2017
Europe, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
The international rights organization Amnesty International has said the legislation would deal a "serious blow" to media freedom in Russia, although Russian officials have said it would not apply to domestic media.
26/11/2017
Asia-Pacific, PAKISTAN
Journalists are too scared to produce them, and vendors are too afraid to sell them. The doors of the local press clubs are locked.
26/11/2017
Asia-Pacific, INDIA
Papers take step after Suddip Datta Bhowmick was allegedly shot dead on orders of an army official, the third reporter to have been murdered this year
26/11/2017
Africa, UGANDA
Ugandan authorities have arrested eight senior staff members of the Red Pepper national newspaper and charged them with treason.

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