AUSTRALIAN NEWSPAPERS REDACT FRONT PAGES TO PROTEST MEDIA CURBS

Australia's biggest newspapers ran front pages on Monday made up to appear heavily redacted, in a protest against legislation that restricts press freedoms, a rare show of unity by the usually partisan media industry.

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