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000_1L082K.jpg0 viewsJournalists hold signs during a protest against the ongoing restrictions of the Internet and mobile phone networks at the Kashmir Press Club during a lockdown in Srinagar on October 3, 2019. - Journalists in Indian-administered Kashmir protested on October 3 a two-month old "communications blackout" that they said is making their jobs virtually impossible. (Photo by Tauseef MUSTAFA / AFP)
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000_1L08CD.jpg0 viewsJournalists hold signs during a protest against the ongoing restrictions of the Internet and mobile phone networks at the Kashmir Press Club during a lockdown in Srinagar on October 3, 2019. - Journalists in Indian-administered Kashmir protested on October 3 a two-month old "communications blackout" that they said is making their jobs virtually impossible. (Photo by Tauseef MUSTAFA / AFP)
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000_1L08CC.jpg0 viewsA journalist holds a sign during a protest against the ongoing restrictions of the Internet and mobile phone networks at the Kashmir Press Club during a lockdown in Srinagar on October 3, 2019. - Journalists in Indian-administered Kashmir protested on October 3 a two-month old "communications blackout" that they said is making their jobs virtually impossible. (Photo by Tauseef MUSTAFA / AFP)
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000_1L08CB.jpg0 viewsJournalists use Internet facilities sanctioned by the authorities, amid strict communications restrictions during a lockdown at a hotel in Srinagar on October 3, 2019. - Journalists in Indian-administered Kashmir protested on October 3 a two-month old "communications blackout" that they said is making their jobs virtually impossible. (Photo by Tauseef MUSTAFA / AFP)
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000_1L08CA.jpg0 viewsJournalists use Internet facilities sanctioned by the authorities, amid strict communications restrictions during a lockdown at a hotel in Srinagar on October 3, 2019. - Journalists in Indian-administered Kashmir protested on October 3 a two-month old "communications blackout" that they said is making their jobs virtually impossible. (Photo by Tauseef MUSTAFA / AFP)
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000_1L08C8.jpg0 viewsJournalists use Internet facilities sanctioned by the authorities, amid strict communications restrictions during a lockdown at a hotel in Srinagar on October 3, 2019. - Journalists in Indian-administered Kashmir protested on October 3 a two-month old "communications blackout" that they said is making their jobs virtually impossible. (Photo by Tauseef MUSTAFA / AFP)
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000_1L08C6.jpg0 viewsJournalists hold signs during a protest against the ongoing restrictions of the Internet and mobile phone networks at the Kashmir Press Club during a lockdown in Srinagar on October 3, 2019. - Journalists in Indian-administered Kashmir protested on October 3 a two-month old "communications blackout" that they said is making their jobs virtually impossible. (Photo by Tauseef MUSTAFA / AFP)
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000_1L08C5.jpg0 viewsJournalists hold signs during a protest against the ongoing restrictions of the Internet and mobile phone networks at the Kashmir Press Club during a lockdown in Srinagar on October 3, 2019. - Journalists in Indian-administered Kashmir protested on October 3 a two-month old "communications blackout" that they said is making their jobs virtually impossible. (Photo by Tauseef MUSTAFA / AFP)
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000_1L08C4.jpg0 viewsJournalists hold signs during a protest against the ongoing restrictions of the Internet and mobile phone networks at the Kashmir Press Club during a lockdown in Srinagar on October 3, 2019. - Journalists in Indian-administered Kashmir protested on October 3 a two-month old "communications blackout" that they said is making their jobs virtually impossible. (Photo by Tauseef MUSTAFA / AFP)
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000_1L08C2.jpg0 viewsJournalists hold signs during a protest against the ongoing restrictions of the Internet and mobile phone networks at the Kashmir Press Club during a lockdown in Srinagar on October 3, 2019. - Journalists in Indian-administered Kashmir protested on October 3 a two-month old "communications blackout" that they said is making their jobs virtually impossible. (Photo by Tauseef MUSTAFA / AFP)
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000_13O59Z.jpg0 viewsDetained Myanmar journalist Wa Lone (C) is flanked by reporters as he is being escorted to a police van from a courthouse after attending his trial in Yangon on April 4, 2018.
The two Myanmar reporters are charged under a secrecy act that could see them face up to 14 years in jail, in a case that has sparked an outcry over shrinking media freedom. / AFP PHOTO / SAI AUNG MAIN
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000_13O59L.jpg0 viewsDetained Myanmar journalist Kyaw Soe Oo (R) arrives at a court for his trial in Yangon on April 4, 2018.
The two Myanmar reporters are charged under a secrecy act that could see them face up to 14 years in jail, in a case that has sparked an outcry over shrinking media freedom. / AFP PHOTO / SAI AUNG MAIN
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000_13O59K.jpg0 viewsDetained Myanmar journalist Wa Lone (C) arrives at a court for his trial in Yangon on April 4, 2018.
The two Myanmar reporters are charged under a secrecy act that could see them face up to 14 years in jail, in a case that has sparked an outcry over shrinking media freedom. / AFP PHOTO / SAI AUNG MAIN
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000_13O5A0.jpg0 viewsDetained Myanmar journalist Kyaw Soe Oo (C) is flanked by reporters as he is being escorted to a police van from a courthouse after attending his trial in Yangon on April 4, 2018.
The two Myanmar reporters are charged under a secrecy act that could see them face up to 14 years in jail, in a case that has sparked an outcry over shrinking media freedom. / AFP PHOTO / SAI AUNG MAIN
   
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