Iraqi protest at media censorship
About 200 Iraqi journalists, writers and publishers have protested in Baghdad at what they say is growing state interference in their work.
The protest follows the introduction of new rules for censoring books, and a proposal to ban certain websites.
Some journalists say there has been an increase in lawsuits against those investigating security or corruption.
The authorities say they will only block websites that are pornographic or incite violence or criminal behaviour.
Media workers have frequently been targeted or caught up in the violence in Iraq, with at least 190 being killed since the US-led invasion in March 2003.
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