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Poetry Reading To Highlight Turkmen Censorship

American poets will read the works of  dissident Turkmen poets on September 24 outside the Washington embassies of Turkmenistan, Myanmar, and Yemen to protest the censorship of poetry, RFE/RL’s Turkmen Service reports.  The event is part of the Day of Poets, in

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The Top Three Countries That Censor The Internet

Even though recent times have wavered my reliance in The United States Federal Government, I am still glad I live here. We still have the freedom (for now) to hold open discussions on the internet through blogs, social networks, etc.

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Posted in Human Rights

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