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Journalists end up in jail for reporting on coronavirus crisis

By DW
14 December 2020   |   10:57 am
Hundreds of journalists are in prison worldwide for not giving in to government censorship, according to the German chapter of Reporters Without Borders. The findings were published in its annual report on press freedom.

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