Freedom of expression

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    Video caption: Harry Miller: Being offensive is not an offence says free speech advocate

    Harry Miller says being offensive is a "cornerstone" of freedom after winning a legal ruling.

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    Video caption: Nobel Peace Prize: Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov share joy over win

    Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov published investigations that angered the leaders of their countries.

  3. N. Ram - Director, The Hindu Publishing Group

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    Video caption: Stephen Sackur speaks to N. Ram, one of India's most influential media voices.

    Stephen Sackur speaks to N. Ram, director of the Hindu Group and one of India's most influential media voices. Is freedom of expression under threat in the world's biggest democracy?

  4. Lydia Cacho, Mexican Journalist and Human Rights Activist

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    Video caption: Stephen Sackur speaks to Lydia Cacho, one of Mexico’s most prominent journalists.

    Stephen Sackur speaks to Lydia Cacho, one of Mexico’s most prominent journalists, who is currently in exile for her own safety. Can courage overcome injustice?

  5. Carlos Fernando Chamorro, Nicaraguan journalist

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    Video caption: Stephen Sackur speaks to Nicaraguan journalist Carlos Fernando Chamorro.

    Stephen Sackur speaks to Nicaraguan journalist and former-revolutionary Carlos Fernando Chamorro. Why has Nicaragua slumped back into authoritarianism?

  6. Hamid Mir - Journalist

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    Video caption: Stephen Sackur speaks to prominent Pakistani journalist Hamid Mir.

    Stephen speaks to Hamid Mir, who is facing accusations of sedition for suggesting powerful forces in Pakistan are targeting the free media. Is the deep state out to silence independent journalism?

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    Video caption: ‘Nobel prize committee focuses on political correctness’

    We favour and promote meritocracy, Russia's deputy foreign minister Sergei Ryabkov says.

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    Video caption: Nobel Peace Prize 'for Russian journalists who lost their lives'

    Dmitry Muratov dedicates the Nobel Peace Prize to Russian journalists killed in the line of duty.