Charges against Nepal journalists ‘attack on press freedom’

Journalists from Nepal’s largest newspaper have been charged with contempt of court after publishing critical stories about the country's chief justice.

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    Journalists from Nepal's largest newspaper have been charged with contempt of court after publishing critical stories about the country's chief justice. The case against The Kantipur Daily is being seen by government critics as an attack on press freedom.

    Al Jazeera's Subina Shrestha has more from the capital, Kathmandu.


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