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Liberian Media Accuse Government of Restricting Ebola Coverage

As Liberia tries to end a monthslong Ebola crisis, local and international media rights groups report an intensifying crackdown on journalists in the country. But some of those journalists say this is only a continuation of Liberia’s bad record on press freedom, which taints the West's positive image of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, who was Africa’s first elected female head of state and the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 2011. Seven months into the worst Ebola outbreak on...

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