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Tonga gags state broadcaster two weeks before election

. Reporters Without Borders (RSF) joins all those in Tonga who are criticizing a decision to deprive two senior public broadcasting journalists of all editorial responsibility, in an apparent government move to seize control of the state media two weeks before a general election.


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