Malawian journalists chant anti-government slogans and sing songs as they celebrate World Press Freedom Day - three days after it was celebrated around the globe - in the capital Blantyre May 6, 2005. Media groups in Africa hoped to use the day to focus attention on restrictive laws on the continent where most nations have so-called "insult laws," which forbid the media from any reporting that could be considered derogatory to the leadership. REUTERS/Eldson Chagara EC/RSS/CCK/DH

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Malawian journalists chant anti-government slogans and sing songs as they celebrate World Press Freedom Day - three days after it was celebrated around the globe - in the capital Blantyre May 6, 2005. Media groups in Africa hoped to use the day to focus attention on restrictive laws on the continent where most nations have so-called "insult laws," which forbid the media from any reporting that could be considered derogatory to the leadership. REUTERS/Eldson Chagara EC/RSS/CCK/DH

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