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Masked by Covid: The underreported stories of 2020 that need to be heard
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Masked by Covid: The underreported stories of 2020 that need to be heard

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In the winter 2020 issue, Masked by Covid: The underreported stories of 2020 that need to be heard, the Index on Censorship team delve into the most important stories that happened this year but were not given as much attention as they should due to a world and news cycle almost exclusively focused on the pandemic. We look at why people in Inner Mongolia are committing suicide, the election of leaders in Europe which spell trouble for our freedoms, a journalist killed in the Philippines with little outrage, an entire liberal arts university that was closed in Turkey - these stories and more from our award-winning journalists. Also an essay from John Gray, a call to action from British MP Tom Tugendhat, a debate on vaccine disinformation and an interview with Bianca Jagger.