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China All references to Tiananmen Square massacre closely censored for 20 years
2.06.2009 - Twenty years later, it is still impossible for the Chinese media to refer freely to the ruthless suppression of China’s pro-democracy movement in June 1989. References to the demonstrations are still strictly censored in the media and on the Internet.

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3.06 - North Korea
Pyongyang judges asked to be lenient with two American journalists
3.06 - Afghanistan
US forces arrest a journalist in Khost
3.06 - China
“Tank Man” photo displayed outside Chinese embassy in Paris on eve of Tiananmen Square massacre
2.06 - China
Blocking of Twitter, YouTube, Flickr and Blogger deprives Chinese of Web 2.0
2.06 - Sri Lanka
Press freedom activist badly beaten in Colombo, hospitalised
29.05 - Sri Lanka
Journalists trying to cover fate of Tamils are threatened, obstructed
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18.05 - Viêt-nam : The dissident magazine Tu Do Ngon Luan brings out another issue

 
 

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