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If freedom of speech is taken away, then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter.

by George Washington – The first president of the USA

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If freedom of speech is taken away, then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter.

by George Washington – The first president of the USA

Belarus authorities show the arrested journalist Roman Protasevich at a press conference

Belarus authorities show the arrested journalist Roman Protasevich at a press conference

– Belarus authorities insists that they received a false threat for the presence of a bomb on the plane, to divert the plane route and then arrest the opposition journalist Roman Protasevich.

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Myanmar authorities release the American journalist Nathan Maung

Myanmar authorities release the American journalist Nathan Maung

Myanmar authorities released the American journalist Nathan Maung, who has been detained since last March. Maung is supposed to arrive to the United States of America today, according to statements by his lawyer, Tin Zar; as she also confirmed that the authorities had dropped the charges against him. Initially they charged him with spreading misinformation.

Algerian authorities withdraw "France 24" accreditation

The Minister of Communication and Spokesperson for the Algerian government, Ammar Belhimer; commented on the decision to withdraw accreditation of the French channel “France 24”; after speaking to the official Algerian News Agency. He said that: “the clear and repeated hostility of this channel towards our country and its institutions, as well as its lack of respect for the rules of professional ethics, and its practice of media misinformation and manipulation; In addition to the confirmed aggression against Algeria”. Furthermore, the Algerian authorities withdrew the channel’s accreditation last Sunday; and the Ministry of Communications said in a statement; “France 24’s bias in covering Friday rallies is blatant by going unchecked through using archive images to help anti-national remnants, formed by reactionary or separatist organizations, and with international extensions".
It is noteworthy that the Algerian authorities withdrew the channel’s accreditation last Sunday, and the Ministry of Communications said in a statement, “France 24’s bias in covering the Friday rallies is blatant by going unchecked by using archive images to help anti-national remnants, formed by reactionary or separatist organizations, with international extensions
It is noteworthy that the Algerian authorities withdrew the channel’s accreditation last Sunday, and the Ministry of Communications said in a statement, “France 24’s bias in covering the Friday rallies is blatant by going unchecked by using archive images to help anti-national remnants, formed by reactionary or separatist organizations, with international extensions

Algerian authorities withdraw "France 24" accreditation

The Minister of Communication and Spokesperson for the Algerian government, Ammar Belhimer; commented on the decision to withdraw accreditation of the French channel “France 24”; after speaking to the official Algerian News Agency. He said that: “the clear and repeated hostility of this channel towards our country and its institutions, as well as its lack of respect for the rules of professional ethics, and its practice of media misinformation and manipulation; In addition to the confirmed aggression against Algeria”. Furthermore, the Algerian authorities withdrew the channel’s accreditation last Sunday; and the Ministry of Communications said in a statement; “France 24’s bias in covering Friday rallies is blatant by going unchecked through using archive images to help anti-national remnants, formed by reactionary or separatist organizations, and with international extensions".

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