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January 18, 2012


Antonio Prado

What is curiously missing in AP's press release is whether the government or the state-run news agency would have any role in reviewing, overseeing, or supervising AP's work in an way or whether the wire service's journalists would be unrestrained.

Even if Pyongyang won't be muzzling them or looking over their shoulders, that should have been accounted and is an interesting omission.

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