M’sian journo named 'information hero' by international watchdog

Modified 16 Jun 2020, 6:22 am

South China Morning Post reporter Tashny Sukumaran (above), who was quizzed by federal police in relations to her tweets about the May 1 immigration raid at the Selangor Mansion, has been named by Reporters Without Borders (RSF) on a list of information heroes for her reporting during the Covid-19 pandemic.

RSF, a global journalism watchdog based in Paris, has put together a list of 30 coronavirus “information heroes” – 30 journalists, whistleblowers and media outlets - whose courage, perseverance or capacity to...

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