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UNESCO support helps PINA produce TV, radio and press kits for World Press Freedom Day
Prime Minister berates journalists for "improper" coverage
Publisher threatened
Journalists harassed
Journalist killed
Irish peacemakers in journalism scoop top international press award
Issue of bi-monthly paper confiscated
Legislation would penalize community radio stations operating without permits
Journalist apprehended
Journalist, writer join freedom conference
Editor arrested
ZCTU urges workers to boycott "The Herald"
CPJ Survey Shows 129 Journalists Imprisoned in 24 Countries, 26 Journalists Murdered in 1997; 10 Other Killings Under Investigation; Annual Book Spotlights Abuses in Nigeria, Turkey, Mexico, China
Judge rejects charge against journalist Jose Arrieta
Newspaper banned
Newspapers banned
1998 Map of Press Freedom.
Article 19 letter regarding threats posed to NGO's
Journalists banned from covering military events
Activists jailed; correction to CPJ alert of 23 March 1998
Journalist and media attorney released
Camera crew assaulted in Daghestan
More trouble in Kosovo
CPJ issues letter on anniversary of Borrero?s murder
CPJ open letter to King Hussein
Goktepe verdict: unjust and unacceptable
Urdu daily of Karachi banned
CPJ open letter to King Hussein
Foreign journalists regularly expelled from Guinea
Legislative body bars journalists from tabling questions during its sessions
Concerns for safety of journalist
Update on Investigation of Kholodov/Listyev Murders
Indian journalist released from judicial custody
Algerian government promises complete end to press freedom restrictions
NDIMA appeals against refusal of registration
Journalist shot
Indian newspaper office attacked
Dissident writers, artists at culture meeting
Author granted leave to appeal against banning of book
WiPC makes appeal on eve of Pope's visit to Nigeria
Publisher arrested
Journalist severely beaten
14-year sentence against army General as an apparent punishment against writings
CPJ condemns shooting of journalists
Ombudswoman's reports back on Radio Vanuatu
Three journalists arrested; newspaper banned; journalist sentenced
Journalist and media attorney arrested
Minister warns press
Three journalists charged with defamation
Ethiopian government restricts foreign journalists
Imprisoned journalist in poor health
Fifteenth hearing takes place in Goktepe trial
Update on status of journalists
Journalist flees into exile
Journalists arrested
Live program ordered cut on Radio GAR
Journalists imprisoned
CPJ to release annual survey on 26 March 1998
Radio manager fired
Media managers assaulted, suspended
Journalists' trip disrupted
Journalists beaten and arrested
Newspaper association set for Algerian mission
Journalist sentenced
Missing journalist found safe
"Samoa Observer" case sent back to Supreme Court for trial
Editor of government-owned newspaper dismissed
Measures taken against independent media
Journalist arrested
Journalists detained
Tongan Pro-Democracy parliamentarian, publisher cleared of criminal libel
Andre Sibomana dies following an illness
Writer freed from detention
Journalist expelled from country
Editor suspended
Serbian attacks on independent media
NGO denied media license
Debate underway over licensing of journalists
Disciplinary process opened against judges who sentenced journalist
Journalist Jose Arrieta to be prosecuted
CPJ issues details of murder of journalist Aristizabal
Government accuses human rights groups of setting up radio stations
NDIMA denied registration with Non-Governmental Organisations Bureau
Journalist threatened
Criminal sanctions in defamation case
Journalist killed
Continued lockout of radio station
RSF issues open letter to General Abacha
Journalists attacked in Paris
Journalist killed
CPJ, Turkish Press Council Urge Yilmaz to release imprisoned journalists
Journalist killed
Albanian journalists attacked
Newspaper banned
HJKA launches second wave Campaign for Open Government
WAN meets with Algerian Minister

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