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Forced boycott of "La República" and other papers
Chiclayo newspaper journalists assaulted
Journalist killed
Star Radio journalists censored, subject to deportation; Ministry of Labour demands journalists, Star Radio pay fines before granting work permits
All four "Tous" journalists now released
Further harrasment of "Evropljanin" journalists
Journalists detained
Two journalists arrested; others still imprisoned
Sanciones administrativas aplicadas a Radio Caracol
Detained journalist's health deteriorating
Worsening of press freedom situation in Niger
"Samoa Observer" editor-publisher wins Astor Award
Star Radio journalists censored; representatives meet with government official
Text of Liberian government press release announcing the revoking of Star Radio frequencies
Criminal charges brought against Radio Index's chief editor
Concern over cancellation of tv programmes
Letter from the Ministry of Information demanding the cessation of Internet postings and the submission of program logs
Journalists acquitted
Threat Journalist Cecilia Valenzuela threatened
Harassment of Baruch Ivcher continues as new case opened
Turkish journalist barred from village
Government revokes Star Radio frequencies
Two journalists receive death threats
Newspaper suspended
Magazine first victim of new information law
Journalists arrested and released
Provincial mayor launches intimidation campaign against journalists
Congresswoman wants newspaper investigated
Newspaper offices ransacked in Islamabad
Attacks on press freedom persist in Turkey
Journalist summoned for questioning; newspaper charged; independent media protest new information law
Journalist arrested in Lomé
One journalist freed; three remain detained
Zimbabwe broadcasting board farce stresses need for urgent reform, says ARTICLE 19
Nikitin trial update
Nikitin trial update: day two
Editors criticise proposed World Press Council
Two journalists assaulted
Serbia adopts restrictive information law
IPI/IFJ Ethiopia mission: review of situation of detained journalists
Journalist killed
Periodista asesinado
State pressure forces publication stoppage of seven newspapers
Trial set to begin for journalist Nguyen Hoang Linh
Sixty French media organizations launch campaign to free detained journalists worldwide
Attempted murder of two Afghan journalists raises fears
Government bans internet postings by local media
Journalist censored
Minister threatens the press
Serbian Parliament on verge of passing restrictive information law
City Radio - two months off the air
Statements from the IPI Board meeting in Istanbul
CPJ to present eighth annual International Press Freedom Awards to journalists from five countries; Committee to honour C-SPAN's Brian Lamb for dedication to press freedom
Harassment of journalist Isaac García continues
Journalist killed in Hyderabad
Malawi Report: Communications Reform and Freedom of Expression
Journalist and photographer disappear
IFJ appeal to Yugoslav President further to sustained harassment of independent media in recent weeks
Journalists released
Open letter to Mary Robinson
RSF asks Oporto summit for an end to the harassment of the press
Minister orders the resignation of entire state-broadcasting board
Journalist released
Update on media situation in Namibia
Minister suspends journalist
Journalist detained
Eight IFEX members and affiliates sign on to Nikitin appeal
Three journalists arrested
Kurdish-language television transmissions jammed
Update on status of detained journalists
Newspaper banned
Military trial of journalist set to begin
Update on status of detained journalists
"Star" editors' case halted
Newspapers threatened
Belgrade free media to be sacrificed for Kosovo deal?
"Solomon Star" protests attempts to swear in ministers in secret
Afghan journalist survives assassination attempt
Minister threatens to fire journalists
Minister threatens paper with legal action
State clamp-down on independent media gains force
Journalist released
Newspaper offices raided
Public Broadcaster drops Press Review radio programme; human rights organisation claims political interference
Photographer shot in Hebron
PEN issues open letter to Iranian leader further to sustained attacks on the press; writers questioned
Ban on Radio Index begins retaliation against independent media
Journalists and privately-owned newspapers harassed
Three magazines suspended
Call for release of Iranian journalists
Greek libel law draws fire
Budapest daily suspended
Commonwealth asked to censure Malaysia, hold the line on Nigeria
Japanese journalist deported
Foreign Minister calls for a "humanitarian" approach to Nasrin case
Periodista detenido
New press censorship by government of Manipur
Kosovo cameraman beaten by police
Serbian Deputy Prime Minister reiterates his threats to independent media
Angry Speaker talks of action over "The Fiji Times" reports
Independent journalist arrested
China signs human rights treaty
Canadian cryptography policies announced; no breakthrough on international human rights
Newspapers threatened
Anti-censorship group challenges Lord Chancellor on UK obscenity law
Press freedom upheld in court ruling
SPP expresses concern over regulation of alternative radio
CPJ protests police attacks on journalists
Appeal to World Bank to aid independent media
Indonesian weekly reopens
Serbian officials threaten media
Further details on recent threats to independent and foreign media workers
Serbian Information Minister bans foreign news programme rebroadcasts by independent broadcast media in Serbia
RSF appeal to British PM on the occasion of his official visit to China; special concern for Gao Yu, Liu Xiaobo and Liu Jingsheng
Call to presidential candidates to respect freedom of the press
Journalists released
Reaction to draft media law
Appeals Court confirms prison sentence
Journalists remain jailed
Appeals Court confirms prison sentence
Independent newspapers suffer heavy losses as a result of political turmoil; urgent appeal for assistance; public broadcaster forced to close because of political crisis
Groups send letter regarding creation of OAS Special Rapporteur for Freedom of Expression

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