Journalism around the world is under attack. In Myanmar, journalists are being arrested for reporting on the deadly coup, as the nation’s military kills and terrorizes civilians. And in neighboring Bangladesh, anyone using words or images to criticize the government can be arrested. Shahidul Alam is an award-winning photojournalist from Bangladesh. He spent 107 days for criticizing the government’s deadly crackdown against protesters. Soledad O’Brien talks with him about his fight for freedom of the press. 



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