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Kobe Bryant: Washington Post reporter reinstated after tweet row

BBC News Wednesday, 29 January 2020
The Washington Post backtracks after suspending a reporter who posted about Kobe Bryant's rape case.
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A Washington Post reporter has been suspended over controversial tweets.

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