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GIJN Weekly Bulletin -- Oct. 22, 2014

Getting hassled by officials is nothing new for investigative journalists. But two recent incidents serve notice that some countries are cracking down with a tried-and-true technique: prosecuting foreign reporters for visa technicalities. In Indonesia and Russia this week, authorities have tried to stop coverage and even training by investigative journalists. (Photo: Native Papuans protest the jailing of two French reporters in Indonesia. Credit: Wensislaus Fatubun.)

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