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Observatory to document press freedom abuses
By Petra - Feb 12,2013 - Last updated at Feb 12,2013
AMMAN — The Jordan Press Association council on Tuesday decided to establish an observatory to conduct a study on the situation of press freedom in Jordan last year.
During a session, the council members underlined the need for the report to be transparent, reflect the reality of press freedoms in the Kingdom and document abuses.
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