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Journalists released
Concern over new law which would curb freedom of religious expression
Fiji Government says no licensing but independent regulatory council
Community radio is approved in Brazil with restrictive legislation
Photojournalist who spoke at commemoration of murder of journalist Cabezas receives threats; other threats against journalists
Court drops contempt case; asks Director of Public Prosecutions to take it up
Haluk Gerger jailed
Campaign to assists Sierra Leonean journalists in distress
Editor Faraj Sarkuhi reportedly released
Journalist Morteza Firoozi reportedly sentenced to death; journalist Akbar Gandji reportedly arrested in December
Additional information on release of Faraj Sarkuhi
Journalist attacked
Editorial ruled to be in contempt of Parliament
Journalist detained for questioning
Journalists freed from charges
Supreme Court revokes amendments to press law
Documentary maker beaten
Three journalists briefly detained in Zanzibar; journalist goes into hiding
Acquittal of four accused of bomb attack against Global TV affiliate
Radio station shut down
Judge clears editor of contempt of court charges
Journalist sentenced to three years in prison
Journalists arrested
Editor called in for questioning
Journalist arrested
Mwanza tortured in detention
Members of parliament demand "The Post" editor's arrest
Wei Jingsheng in Stockholm in March 1998
Journalists charged with slander
RSF requests information on results of inquests into journalists' murders
Journalists arrested and released on bail
Garaudy's trial is based on racist ideas and is a violation of freedom of opinion and expression
Five weeklies shut down and 21 journalists imprisoned within less than= six months
Newspaper "Aurore Plus" suspended
Two additional "Herald Guardian" journalists reported arrested; "We Yone" journalist arrested; freelance journalist arrested
CPJ expresses concern about denial of visas to jounalists and other cases
Bosnian editor convicted of libel
Journalists, human rights activists' court appearance rescheduled
ARTICLE 19 condemns banning of politcal party
Journalist held at unknown location
Newspaper raided
Books confiscated
Newspaper offices burnt down
Journalist deported
Journalist facing imprisonment
Journalist released in contempt of court case; other remains in jail
"African Concord" editor arrested; "Omega Weekly" under siege
Inspectors close down community radio station
Journalists and human rights activists summoned to court
Bomb attack on office of newspaper
Censorship Plagues Press in Armenia, Azerbaijan, CPJ Reports
Journalist held 24 hours without charges
Pius Njawe sentenced to two years in prison: journalist Michel Michaut Moussala sentenced; magazine must appear in court
Two newspapers censored
Journalist arrested
Journalist expelled
Journalists prevented from covering Kaunda case
"La Plume du Jour" newspaper banned for past four months; Pius Njawe remains in detention
Newspapers suspended
Vanuatu radio and tv forced off air, reporter assaulted, photographers flee
Newspaper banned
Paper's offices occupied; three printing house staffers arrested; journalist Mossi Mwasi remains in detention
WAN announces press freedom kit
Reporters barred from covering case
Editor arrested
Still waiting for justice on second anniversary of death of journalist Metin Goktepe; latest hearing held in December
Owner/director of TV Studio ZZIP detained; released, but charges stand
Article 19 letter to The Times regarding journalists in Algeria
American journalist released, charges still pending
Detention of investigative journalist imminent
CNN Reporters injured in struggle with police
Independent news agency threatened by government
Journalist charged with theft of government documents
Journalist harassed
ABC Papua New Guinea reporter tells of intimidation, praises local media
Two journalists sentenced for reporting on stolen court records
Government attempts to "kill" survey by the Hong Kong Journalists Association

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