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Associated Press 9 Oct 2019

Liz Phair on Me Too movement: 'The wave needs to break over everyone'


Singer-songwriter Liz Phair says she was urged to discuss her #MeToo experiences in her first book, "Horror Stories." (Oct. 9)

President takes legal action to shut down country's biggest broadcaster
It's being described as the most severe attack on media freedom in the Philipinnes.
President Rodrigo Duterte has filed a supreme court petition to shut down the largest television network, accusing ABS-CBN of committing 'highly abusive practices'.
The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines protested on Friday, accusing the Duterte government of trying to silence media critics.
Duterte has repeatedly vowed to stop the network's operations and has threatened other media outlets.
So will freedom of speech survive in one of Asia's largest democracies?

Presenter: Folly Bah Thibault
Harry Roque - Former spokesman for President Rodrigo Duterte & lawyer
Richard Heydarian - Political scientist, author of: 'The Rise of Duterte: a Populist Revolt Against Elite Democracy'
Danilo Arao - Professor of journalism, University of the Philippines
The husband of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has had a meeting with Prime Minister Boris Johnson. He said he asked for greater sanctions to be opposed against Iran and the 'terror' of the recent rising tensions between Iran and the US.
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