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Amnesty International: Zimbabwe Stifling Press Freedom

Zimbabwe is restricting independent media and free expression by issuing licenses only to commercial radio stations with ties to the ruling party, according to a new report by Amnesty International. Since 2001, only two radio stations — one owned by a government minister and another belonging to a state-owned media company — have been licensed, the London-based group is reporting. Detailing what it calls a crackdown on those who have been campaigning for the licensing of...

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