IN THE WORLD PAPERS - Tuesday, February 6: US lawmakers vote to release the Democratic memo, a rebuttal of the Nunes memo alleging FBI and DoJ wiretaps on a former Trump campaign aide. Also, Kenyan papers condemn the government's infringement on press freedom after pulling four TV stations off air (but putting two of them back on air). Finally, we look at the Suffragette movement, which celebrates its centennial today.
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The Kenyan government has put two TV stations back on air after taking them down for planning to broadcast a mock inauguration ceremony by opposition leader Raila Odinga. But one paper argues the shutdown should never have taken place.
Also, the British Suffragette movement celebrates its centennial today. Find out how its legacy lives on today through the #MeToo movement.
Finally, on that theme, Formula One organisers have announced they'll be replacing grid girls with grid kids - but the grid girls aren't happy about it.