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Zimbabwe Journalists

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Zimbabwe Journalists

Zimbabwe Journalists

Zimbabwe Journalists

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NPR's Kenneth Walker talks with host Bob Edwards about Zimbabwe's parliament passing a bill that essentially gags independent journalists before March's presidential election. The legislation passed yesterday makes it illegal for journalists to operate without government accreditation and allows foreign correspondents into the country only to cover specific events.

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