Bahrain: No Free Press

Bahraini blogger Mahmood Al Yousif marks World Press Freedom Day on a solemn note. “This occasion of course is not a celebration, not by any means, but is an occasion for all of us to reflect about what dear price journalists and opinion writers pay to bring us news and thoughts which makes us more aware of the world around us, and even allow us to make informed decisions. And for that, they generally get kidnapped and imprisoned,” he moans.

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