Zambia Tax Authority Shuts Biggest Privately Owned NewspaperBy
Opposition say move is government attempt to stifle free press
Police fire teargas at Post reporters selling newspaper
The Zambian Revenue Authority closed the country’s most-read privately-owned newspaper over disputed tax arrears and police fired teargas Wednesday at reporters selling the publication outside its office in the capital, Lusaka.
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