18 October 1996 Print > In March, two opposition journalists were deprived of accreditation to cover parliamentary proceedings. > Following the annual reregistration of media outlets in mid-June, there were 261 newspapers, 24 news agencies, and 80 magazines and journals. > In July, censors demanded the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of all journalists employed […]

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