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‘There is so much still left to do’: Nobel Peace Prize laureate Maria Ressa on press freedom

By France24
14 October 2021   |   3:15 pm
FRANCE 24 spoke to this year's joint Nobel Peace Prize laureate Maria Ressa, co-founder of the digital media company Rappler and an outspoken critic of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte. Asked whether journalism is becoming more dangerous around the world, she told FRANCE 24: "It is more dangerous, it requires more sacrifices, just to do what journalists have always done."

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