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UK court blocks extradition of Julian Assange
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Another bad year for journalists around the world
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Disinformation hit list 2020
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The government’s repeated attempts at discrediting the public inquiry
Beyond the posturing
The Council of Europe has called on the Maltese
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Still keeping the public out
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Best and worst practices
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Damaging trust, causing harm
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