Philippine media groups oppose government accreditation amid COVID-19 quarantine
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The Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility said the forced closure of a major broadcasting network limits the possibilities of civic engagement and political participation.

CMFR sees the suit against ABS-CBN as a dangerous attempt to control and silence the free press.

Members of the Ampatuan family and accomplices were sentenced up to 40 years in prison for the killing of 58 individuals, 32 of whom were journalists, in 2009.