May 2, 2014 12:00 AM

Public hurt by threats to press freedom

Saturday is World Press Freedom Day, and unfortunately there’s not a lot to celebrate. All around the world, the public’s right to know is threatened — sometimes by censorship or denying access to information, but all too often by arresting journalists, threatening them or, in the most extreme cases, killing them.

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