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Monday, June 25, 2012

Iraqi Media Regulatory Authority Tells Broadcasters To Close Down Over Failure To Pay For Licenses

From MSNBC.com, news that Iraq is ordering numerous media outlets to close because of a dispute over licensing fees. The Iraqi licensing authority Communications and Media Commission is currently negotiating with the companies, which include such heavyweights as the BBC and the Voice of America, over payments, and broadcasts are apparently continuing as usual.

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