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CRTC removes most restrictions on Al Jazeera Arabic

Briefs | 04/15/2015 3:28 pm EDT

Al Jazeera Media Network has won its fight to delete most of the conditions on Canadian distribution of is Al Jazeera Arabic channel, the CRTC said Wednesday, making it easier for Canadian service providers to distribute the Arabic all-news channel.

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