Newsweek, RIP. The Chicago Sun-Times has fired all its photographers. Greece’s public television stations has gone off the air. The “democratic leader” Erdogan has turned Turkey into the world’s largest prison for journalists, 76 are already cooling their heels in his cells. The cyber-surveillance of terrorists organized by the United States, revealed by Edward Snowden. Putin, too, is fighting terrorism, alongside his friend Bashar al-Assad. Young Chinese people have never heard of Tiananmen Square. And so on.
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