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At least six staff have been fired or resigned after the The Phnom Penh Post's new owner demanded an article be taken down. Cambodia is seeing a sweeping crackdown on media and Prime Minister Hun Sen has taken steps to silence political opposition and media dissent.
It's not easy to remove a person from history, but brutal leaders throughout history have erased some of their formerly close advisors. Here are the six craziest stories of someone being erased from history.
The fictional British piglet has become a cult figure in China — and the government hates it. According to the Global Times, parents have reported their pre-school children are "addicted" to Peppa, and are "oinking and jumping into puddles" after they watch it.
Iran has reportedly arrested upwards of 5,000 people during recent protests.
Saudi Arabia just screened ‘Black Panther,’ its first movie in 35 years — but a crucial 40 seconds of it were censored
Movies screened in Saudi Arabia can expect strong censorship, particularly around scenes which feature sex, LGBT representation, and religious issues.
Weibo's censorship ...
The site announced a three month "clean up" on Friday, but was immediately slammed by locals and even state-run media appeared critical.
China banned all mention of Kim Jong Un while he was in Beijing — so people called him ‘fatty on the train’ instead
China was trying to keep the North Korean leader's visit under wraps earlier this week.
China’s social media landscape is vast and vibrant but it is also one of the most strictly controlled on earth.
Liang Xiangyi was caught on live TV rolling her eyes and giving a fellow reporter an extreme side-eye as she asked a rambling question at a state conference.