27 August 2003 Kazakhstan’s independent journalists are experiencing a growing number of incidents involving physical intimidation and legal harassment, according to a leading NGO activist in New York. Planned changes in media legislation, likely to be introduced for parliamentary consideration in September, could foster a more restrictive atmosphere for independent media, the NGO representative added. […]

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