Maria Ressa: the Filipino journalist who stood up to a dictator
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Drug wars, death threats and disinformation.  This is the story of how journalist and Nobel Peace Prize winner, Maria Ressa, stood up to a dictator, the Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte. Maria’s reporting on the Philippines’’ war on drugs and killings has seen her on the receiving end of death threats and legal cases designed to silence her. But she won’t stop. Why? Maria talks with Malcolm Turnbull about what it takes to fight back. Audio clips from this podcast were from Ramona Diaz's Frontline documentary  'A Thousand Cuts’. Available now on LiSTNR. See for privacy information.
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