Pakistan Printer Censors Entire ‘New York Times’ Front-Page Story


Pakistani readers were not able to see the International New York Times‘ front-page story, as it was censored by the newspaper’s local printing partner.

Entitled “What Pakistan Knew About Bin Laden,” the Saturday cover story by Carlotta Gall was completely blanked out in a conspicuous censorship effort

The writer tweeted out a photo of the International New York Times edition in Pakistan, showing the huge white space where her story was supposed to be

Breakfast in Islamabad, courtesy of photog Max Becherer @mlbecherer and @etribune

— Carlotta Gall (@carlottagall) …

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Via: Mashable: Media

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