‘We’ll fight back’, says Philippine journalist

Publication date 07 December 2018 | 15:27 | ICT

Threatened with prison and closure of the news site she co-founded, Philippine journalist Maria Ressa says there is one clear response to the government onslaught she faces – fight back.

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