U.N. Voices Fear Over Somalia’s Media Law
A media law in Somalia will now require journalists to reveal their sources and prohibit them from spreading counter-Islamic information. The U.N. is concerned that the new legislation could be used to limit free speech and expression.
(Photo: AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)
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