French Journalists Accuse Government of Curtailing Press Freedoms in France


French President Emmanuel Macron has championed his country as a leading defender of free expression, but French journalists and advocates condemn what they see as a government crackdown on press freedoms here.

The controversy began with a provision in a new security law that would ban filming police. The provision would allow the French government to fine offenders up to 45,000 euros ($53,300)...

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