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Philippine president forms panel to probe media violence, protect press

MANILA (Reuters) - Philippine leader Rodrigo Duterte has issued an administrative order to create a presidential task force to protect journalists and investigate attacks on media, in what is one of the world's most dangerous countries for the press.
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