Ukrainian journalists stage a protest against censorship by the government during President Viktor Yanukovych's speech at a respected newspaper conference in Kiev, Ukraine, Monday, Sept. 3, 2012. A group of leading Ukrainian journalists interrupted President Viktor Yanukovych’s speech at a newspaper conference Monday to protest government censorship, amid concerns of waning press freedoms in this ex-Soviet nation About a dozen reporters rose from their seats and held up posters reading “Stop Censorship” and “Media Oligarchs Serve the Authorities,” upsetting Yanukovych’s opening statement at the annual World Newspaper Congress. (AP Photo)

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Ukrainian journalists stage a protest against censorship by the government during President Viktor Yanukovych's speech at a respected newspaper conference  in Kiev, Ukraine, Monday, Sept. 3, 2012. A group of leading Ukrainian journalists interrupted President Viktor Yanukovych’s speech at a newspaper conference Monday to protest government censorship, amid concerns of waning press freedoms in this ex-Soviet nation  About a dozen reporters rose from their seats and held up posters reading “Stop Censorship” and “Media Oligarchs Serve the Authorities,” upsetting Yanukovych’s opening statement at the annual World Newspaper Congress.  (AP Photo)
Ukrainian journalists stage a protest against censorship by the government during President Viktor Yanukovych's speech at a respected newspaper conference in Kiev, Ukraine, Monday, Sept. 3, 2012. A group of leading Ukrainian journalists interrupted President Viktor Yanukovych’s speech at a newspaper conference Monday to protest government censorship, amid concerns of waning press freedoms in this ex-Soviet nation About a dozen reporters rose from their seats and held up posters reading “Stop Censorship” and “Media Oligarchs Serve the Authorities,” upsetting Yanukovych’s opening statement at the annual World Newspaper Congress. (AP Photo)
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