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state controlled journalists

Meskel Square wonders whether there is “somewhere in the developing world” a special school for training “journalist employed by state-controlled newspapers” who begin their day with “the “mass recitation of: “Government leader A met government leader B to discuss matters of mutual interest. Government leader B reaffirmed his commitment to provide support for the realisation of ideas forwarded by Government leader A.”

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