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Slain Tibetan lama's niece escapes to India, calls for probe
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In 2012, China put more journalists behind bars than last year and retained its spot, for over a decade now, as one the worst jailors of press according to a new report. The New York based Committee to Protect Journalists in its annual report on imprisoned journalists said the worldwide tally reached the highest since...
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omze  

Location: nz
Subject: release
Dec 12 2012 02:14 PM

CPJ claim that their action have led to 58 prisoners being released, but they failed to list which countries are involved. A question for the CPJ. Were any released from Tibet or China ?
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