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  1. Journalists

    Journalism

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    The numerical value of Journalists in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

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    The numerical value of Journalists in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

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  1. Angela Merkel:

    These deep differences of opinion relate to basic questions of democracy and the rule of law. They relate to freedom of expression in Turkey. They also relate to the many journalists that have been jailed for expressing their opinion.

  2. Victor Kovner:

    At no time did any of the journalists receive or respond in any way to any direction by the prosecution, and we'll be making that clear in (court) papers that will be public in a couple weeks.

  3. Julian Assange:

    In welcoming me, France would achieve a humanitarian but also probably symbolic gesture, sending encouragement to all the journalists and whistleblowers who, across the world, risk their lives on a daily basis in order to allow their fellow citizens to move another step closer to the truth.

  4. Hillary Clinton:

    Well, I know journalists have asked, 'Who you do listen to on foreign policy? And we have yet to know who that is,'.

  5. Parisa Tabriz:

    Our users include presidents of foreign countries -- I hope Obama uses Chrome too. It includes really highly-targeted individuals, political dissidents, journalists, and people who just want to casually use the internet, google depends on those users trusting us with their data. So if we can't protect it, we have no business.

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