The government of Azerbaijan has terminated broadcast licences issued to foreign radio stations. As of 1 January, numerous broadcasters, including the BBC, Voice of America and Radio Free Europe, will no longer be allowed to broadcast on national frequencies. Europe and the United States have severely criticised the decision and accused Azerbaijan of restricting press freedom. Baku says the new regulations are not politically motivated and pointed out that foreign radio stations will still be allowed to broadcast via cable and internet.
via HCDX by Jaisakthivel, Chennai, India
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