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Philippine journalist and Duterte critic Maria Ressa freed on bail

SBS Thursday, 14 February 2019
Maria Ressa, CEO of Philippines news organisation Rappler, was arrested and accused of "cyber-libel".
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CNN reports Maria Ressa, a high-profile Philippine journalist and vocal critic of the country's president, was arrested Wednesday in connection with "cyber libel" charges against Rappler, the news site she oversees. Ressa was formally arrested on Wednesday. Earlier in the day, she was served an...

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