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Is Arte guilty of censorship?

By Christina Okello

A documentary about anti-Semitism was broadcast this week, after initially being cancelled. The film was scrapped by the French-German television station Arte, which said the final version didn't correspond to the original remit.

Eventually the film was broadcast in Germany and in France.

Was Arte guilty of censorship? Or did the film-makers get it wrong?

In this week's International Media, RFI's Christina Okello looks at the row.

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