Independent journalists are under siege in a growing list of supposedly freer countries such as Brazil, Turkey, India and Mexico

Some languish in hiding, exile – or jail. Others self-censor, use pseudonyms or seek pre-approval from officials before they go to press.

Some are trapped in a paradox: hoping that their work is not too popular, not too well read, so it does not create too many problems.

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