15 November 1997 THE CHECHEN GOVERNMENT, upset by broadcasts critical of state policy and officials, outlawed all private television and radio stations in mid-September. ON THE EVE OF POLAND’S parliamentary elections, the government banned the placement of political material on the Internet, a move that particularly angered Waldemar Pawlak, leader of the Peasant Party and […]

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