7 November 2002 BAKU, 7 November (Eurasianet)–Independent mass media outlets in Azerbaijan have struggled to overcome government interference in recent years. Now, international bodies and non-governmental organizations worry that a pending overhaul of broadcasting legislation could thwart the development of independent media outlets in the country. Authorities, in the run-up to the 2003 presidential elections, […]

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