Tanzania announces new, tough rules for foreign press
12 August 2020 | 9:06 am
Under a new law, reporters in Tanzania will face stricter controls and media outlets would need permission to broadcast foreign content. DW has warned against "a worrying trend towards restrictions on press freedom."
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