Freedom Of The Press

BEIJING - China has long wanted a Nobel prize.

JOHANNESBURG - International news agencies alarmed by South African proposals that could see reporters jailed should not fear freedoms are under attack, the president said Friday, adding that South Africa has one of the world's most progressive constitutions.

WASHINGTON - A judge has lifted an order that prevented a legal newspaper from publishing information found in court records that were supposed to have been shielded from public view.

WASHINGTON - News organizations asked a Washington court Friday to free a legal newspaper to publish information, found in court records, that has been ordered suppressed by a local judge.

BALTIMORE - Banning a fundamentalist church from protesting homosexuality outside military funerals would have a chilling effect on free speech, according to briefs filed to the U.S.
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