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Censorship

Red Tape

From explanations given by the Chinese government for why certain artists and celebrities are banned from entering or performing in the country. Behaving badly in social lifeAssociating with countercultureUsing profanity…

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Looking for Calley

How a young journalist untangled the riddle of My Lai

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Registered Offender

From an affidavit filed in November to the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia, Canada, by Lorne Grabher, a resident of the province. The case is ongoing. Read More

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Raise the Red Pen

From a list of prohibitions for online media, including video-streaming sites, circulated in June by the China Netcasting Services Association, a state-controlled body that oversees more than 600 media companies.…

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The Weekly Package

How Cubans deliver culture without internet

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Don’t Speak

A Sudanese refugee on life in Darfur 

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Mad Magazines

Underground comics come to Egypt

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Pakistan in Miniatures

Can the artists of Lahore keep violence at bay?

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Romancing Kano

Photographs from northern Nigeria

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