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Reporters, whistleblowers face jail: Investigative journalism in danger in Australia

Brisbane Times Friday, 19 April 2019
Australia has slumped two places in the annual World Press Freedom Index for 2019. It comes as journalists and whistleblowers face jail under 'draconian laws'.
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