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Talk about waving a red flag: before giving his keynote address to audience in Abu Dhabi and saying there should be less media censorship in the country, Rupert Murdoch announced that News Corp, the owners of Fox News, would be opening an office in Abu Dhabi in April.
Summary: Journalists and authors from across the Arab world convened in Beirut on Friday for a European Union-funded media censorship conference.
He has also been associated with media censorship in his home country and sparked anger among Muslim groups there when he said the hijab was a "step backward" for Egyptian women.
This blatant media censorship adds one more broken promise that undermines the claim that the Games would help improve human rights in China,'' Amnesty spokesman Mark Allison said.
As the country continues to recover from those horrors, the government has justified its repressive policy of heavy media censorship as a preventative measure for future tragedies.
The poll also probed respondents' level of discomfort with the media censorship based on their political party views.
The debt forgiveness was contingent upon Myanmar pushing ahead with reforms over the past year that included lifting media censorship, enacting a new foreign investment law and allowing more freedom for political activists and parties such as the National League for Democracy (NLD).
In the south, the southern government does not have the same record of media censorship, though journalists have accused the government here of attempting to adopt policies similar to those of Khartoum.
But what about media censorship, which contributed to the number of victims of the tainted-milk scandal?
Frustrated world leaders who have long been calling for elections to return the country to democracy have roundly condemned the actions, which include stringent media censorship.
Western countries and human rights groups have said conditions for a free and fair referendum did not exist, citing a climate of fear, arrests of opposition activists, media censorship, bans on political meetings and gatherings, and the lack of an independent referendum commission and courts to supervise the vote.
The Samanyolu Media Group faced the harshest AKP media censorship thus far.