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They’re not stories you’ll read in the New York Times or see on
ABC News. But you may hear them on Democracy Now or read
them in Covert Action Quarterly. They are the most censored
news stories of 1996.

Project Censored, a media watchdog group based at Sonoma
State University in California, released this past week the top
ten censored news stories of 1996.

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PETER PHILLIPS, the director of Project Censored, a
media watchdog group based in Sonoma, California.

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