India PM Narendra Modi named ‘predator of press freedom’ – BBC News

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    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been named on a list of 37 world leaders deemed “predators of press freedoms”.

    The list was drawn up by Reporters Without Borders, a global watchdog monitoring freedom of the press.

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