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Egypt’s Ousted Mubarak Denies Corruption

Source: VOA   Egypt‘s public prosecutor Sunday summoned ousted leader Hosni Mubarak for questioning about the killing of protesters and the embezzlement of public funds, as hundreds of protesters in Cairo’s Tahrir Square demanded he be brought to trial. A

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In Brazil, Courts Are Way Out of Line Censoring and Punishing Journalists

Source: BrazzilMag Brazilian freelance journalist and blogger Carlos Santos based in Mossoró, a town in Brazil’s northeastern state of Rio Grande do Norte, was ordered to pay 6,000 reais (3,600 euros) to charities for posting three allegedly defamatory comments about

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Posted in Corporate Censorship