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Some journalists in Bangladesh allege 'breach of trust' over press freedoms

Reuters India Thursday, 11 October 2018
Some journalists in Bangladesh allege 'breach of trust' over press freedomsMore than 100 journalists staged a protest in Bangladesh's capital on Thursday, their faces covered in black cloth, accusing Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina of breach of trust in enacting a law they fear is aimed at curbing press freedom.
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