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Federal Supreme Court opens way to final repeal of 1967 press law
Former editor of "El Telégrafo" tortured, murdered; robbery ruled out as motive
Magistrate court frustrates journalist's appeal
Two more journalists targeted over coverage, criticism of December 2007 assault on state broadcaster
Disturbing surveillance of Barrancabermeja journalist couple was preceded by scaling-back of security measures by interior ministry
Journalists prevented from covering prosecutor general's meeting with opposition politicians about a murder
Journalist Slim Boukhdir's health getting steadily worse in Sfax prison
Honda city councillor assaults woman television station director
Armed vigilantes attack newspaper van, destroy entire cargo of the day's edition, set van ablaze
Editor charged and held in custody for defamation and "contempt of justice"
Editor-in-chief of "Fakty s Argumentami" charged with criminal libel over critical articles about Elets mayor
Reporters stranded at airport for two days, harassed
Third broadcaster closed within a week over coverage
Photojournalist charged after being illegally detained and assaulted by PFP agents in Veracruz
Four media professionals assaulted, injured in Gaur while covering police operation
Journalist kidnapped in La Guajira while covering literacy group's activities; motives unknown; FARC deny responsibility
Freedom of the Press 2007: Switzerland
Freedom of the Press 2007: Spain
Freedom of the Press 2007: Moldova
Freedom of the Press 2007: Luxembourg
Freedom of the Press 2007: Latvia
Freedom of the Press 2007: Estonia
Freedom of the Press 2007: Oman
Freedom of the Press 2007: Yemen
Freedom of the Press 2007: United Arab Emirates
Freedom of the Press 2007: Syria
Freedom of the Press 2007: Saudi Arabia
Freedom of the Press 2007: Qatar
Freedom of the Press 2007: Palestine
Freedom of the Press 2007: Lebanon
Freedom of the Press 2007: Kuwait
Freedom of the Press 2007: Jordan
Freedom of the Press 2007: Israel
Freedom of the Press 2007: Iraq
Freedom of the Press 2007: Iran
Freedom of the Press 2007: Bahrain
Legislative assistant sentenced to prison for expressing his views on bribery scandal
Freedom of the Press 2007: Tunisia
Freedom of the Press 2007: Morocco
Freedom of the Press 2007: Libya
Freedom of the Press 2007: Egypt
Several journalists assaulted, injured in violent incidents following Kosovo's declaration of independence
Freedom of the Press 2007: Algeria
Freedom of the Press 2007: Togo
Freedom of the Press 2007: Sierra Leone
Freedom of the Press 2007: Senegal
Freedom of the Press 2007: Nigeria
Freedom of the Press 2007: Niger
Freedom of the Press 2007: Mauritania
Authorities charge detained editor, manager, for possessing UN report on Burma, video of protests
Government steps up pressure to close down journalists' union
Court stays execution of defamation judgement on magazine
Journalist subpoenaed to turn over notes for 1998 article
Publisher's deportation linked to report on government minister's alleged tax evasion; PM warns media of limitations to constitutional guarantees on press freedom
Opposition party officials assault journalists, erase photographs from camera
For second time, reporter barred from entering country
New press law, adopted by decree, increases penalties for offences and obstacles to starting a newspaper
Head of Iraqi Journalists Syndicate dies from injuries sustained from targeted shooting
E-mail of journalist in Santa Rosa allegedly intercepted, his newspaper's website hacked
Military tell journalist not to write about their abusive raid on his home in Michoacán
Freedom of the Press 2007: Mali
Freedom of the Press 2007: Liberia
Freedom of the Press 2007: Guinea-Bissau
Freedom of the Press 2007: Guinea
Freedom of the Press 2007: Ghana
Freedom of the Press 2007: The Gambia
Freedom of the Press 2007: Gabon
Freedom of the Press 2007: Equatorial Guinea
Freedom of the Press 2007: Côte d'Ivoire
Freedom of the Press 2007: Sao Tomé and Principé
Freedom of the Press 2007: Cape Verde
Freedom of the Press 2007: Cameroon
Freedom of the Press 2007: Burkina Faso
Freedom of the Press 2007: Benin
Freedom of the Press 2007: Tanzania
Journalist beaten by security forces lodges formal complaint; government apologises for unjustified use of force
Freedom of the Press 2007: Zimbabwe
Freedom of the Press 2007: Zambia
Freedom of the Press 2007: Swaziland
Freedom of the Press 2007: South Africa
Freedom of the Press 2007: Seychelles
Freedom of the Press 2007: Namibia
Freedom of the Press 2007: Mozambique
Freedom of the Press 2007: Mauritius
Freedom of the Press 2007: Malawi
Freedom of the Press 2007: Lesotho
Freedom of the Press 2007: Botswana
Freedom of the Press 2007: Angola
Journalist and photographer detained, threatened by international peacekeepers; another photographer manhandled
Afghan journalist designated "unlawful enemy combatant", no evidence disclosed by US military
Freedom of the Press 2007: Comoros
Freedom of the Press 2007: Madagascar
Freedom of the Press 2007: Uganda
Evangelical church loses two more lawsuits against São Paulo daily
Freedom of the Press 2007: Sudan
Freedom of the Press 2007: Somalia
Freedom of the Press 2007: Rwanda
Freedom of the Press 2007: Kenya
Editor freed after receiving presidential pardon
Freedom of the Press 2007: Eritrea
Security forces beat, detain media worker overnight for breaking curfew
Freedom of the Press 2007: Ethiopia
Freedom of the Press 2007: Djibouti
Freedom of the Press 2007: Democratic Republic of Congo
Freedom of the Press 2007: Republic of Congo
Freedom of the Press 2006: Chad
Freedom of the Press 2007: Central African Republic
Two journalists ordered out of their car at gunpoint, subjected to full-body searches
Federal police harass reporters in Chihuahua
Serious health concerns for long-detained writers Xu Wei, Jin Haike, Yang Zili and Zhang Honghai; reports of ill-treatment
Accused war criminal sues newspaper for alleged defamation; newspaper claims death threats linked to his release on bail
Journalist receives death threats, is falsely accused of attempting to blackmail jailed drug trafficker
Two "peace mothers" detained for several hours by police after trying to talk to press
Government steps up hounding of independent press ahead of presidential elections
Newspaper editor deported
Authorities confiscate computer belonging to NGO head to check for "controversial" correspondence
JUNTA CONTINUES TO ATTACK MEDIA
COMMUNITY RADIO PRESENTER KILLED
IFEX MEMBERS DEMAND PROTECTION FOR JOURNALISTS
INDEPENDENT BROADCASTER THREATENED AND BESIEGED
FAKE PRINCE ON FACEBOOK JAILED FOR THREE YEARS
RELEASE HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS, SAY 55 RIGHTS GROUPS
FOUR DISSIDENTS RELEASED
CELEBRATE MUSIC FREEDOM DAY ON 3 MARCH
Journalist "definitively suspended" from radio station for critical reporting
Probe into journalist's murder suspended, conflicting reasons given
"Al Ayyam" manager receives suspended jail sentence over controversial cartoon; IPI calls on Hamas-led government in Gaza to lift distribution ban on newspaper
Three journalists interrogated following airing of story on kidnapped civilian
Two "Jornada" newspaper journalists receive death threats in Ayacucho
Police assault TV journalist covering bomb blast in Colombo, refuse to register complaint
Appointment of minister's wife as head of international public broadcaster criticised
Twenty Press Law articles deemed incompatible with constitution
Newspaper in Ciudad Juárez informed of bomb threat, only weeks after death threat against one of its journalists
Twenty-one IFEX members, 34 other groups call for end to jailing and torture of demonstrators and human rights activists in Bahrain
Eighteen publications in Jhapa stop operations after strike disrupts access to materials; journalist in Rautahat injured by police while covering clashes
Au moins trois journaux en grève et le syndicat des radios appelle à suspendre leur programmation en signe de protestation contre l'état d'urgence
Independent broadcaster Aaj TV briefly shut down again
"A Tarde", "Extra" and their journalists also targets of barrage of lawsuits by evangelical church's members; IAPA warns of attempt to silence media
Supreme Court reduces editor's jail sentence but maintains conviction on charges of inciting religious hatred
"Time" magazine appeals US$106 million damages award in Suharto defamation suit
Arson attack on radio news programme host's car a "gangster-style message", says victim
Journalist assaulted while investigating environmental destruction
Journalists' union leader shot following criticism of attacks on media by extremists
Independent broadcaster B92 threatened, besieged
Newspapers compelled to engage in self-censorship of election campaign coverage by delays in licence approvals
Journalist faces possible criminal charges for comparing Putin to Hitler
Portuguesa state police shoot at and beat journalists to prevent coverage of violent suppression of demonstration in Ospino
Newspaper editor reportedly harassed by police following publication of allegedly defamatory advertisement
War crime activist arrested to prevent him from petitioning visiting US president
Soldiers raid newspaper office, confiscate equipment
Journalists beaten, prevented from taking photographs in violence at polling stations
"Al-Ayyam" editor and cartoonist receive suspended six-month sentences for cartoon deemed offensive; distribution of newspaper banned in Gaza
Communication minister suspends privately-owned TV station
Information minister bans distribution of four foreign newspapers
Security officials at prison threaten journalists with guns; weekly forced to relocate following death threats
Teacher sentenced for publishing article criticising prison conditions
Prime minister sues magazine over satirical illustration of him; previous lawsuits against four others struck down
Kantipur media group's vehicle and newspapers torched by FLSC activists in retaliation for coverage
Publisher sentenced to five months' imprisonment for writing Kurdish-language petition, also on trial for publishing book
Court summons editor and activist over article criticising appointment of judges
Journalist Mostapha Hurmatallah sent back to prison
Twenty-seven IFEX members call for end to repression of journalists, revision of media law
Newspaper reporter freed on bail after being held for 12 days
Police step up surveillance of jailed human rights activist's family
Police say murdered journalist was paid military informant; FMM demands open investigation
Human Rights Watch executive denied entry visa
Two editors held overnight; five others summoned
Freedom of the Press 2007: Venezuela
Freedom of the Press 2007: Uruguay
Freedom of the Press 2007: Peru
Freedom of the Press 2007: Paraguay
Freedom of the Press 2007: Ecuador
Freedom of the Press 2007: Colombia
Freedom of the Press 2007: Chile
Freedom of the Press 2007: Brazil
Freedom of the Press 2007: Bolivia
Freedom of the Press 2007: Argentina
Freedom of the Press 2007: Trinidad and Tobago
Freedom of the Press 2007: Surinam
Freedom of the Press 2007: St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Freedom of the Press 2007: Saint Lucia
Freedom of the Press 2007: Jamaica
Freedom of the Press 2007: Haiti
Freedom of the Press 2007: Guyana
Freedom of the Press 2007: Grenada
Freedom of the Press 2007: Dominican Republic
Editor detained briefly, released on bail
Government warnings not to air president's wiretapped conversation an impermissible restraint on press freedom, says Supreme Court
Freedom of the Press 2007: Dominica
Freedom of the Press 2007: Cuba
Freedom of the Press 2007: Barbados
Freedom of the Press 2007: Bahamas
Two newspaper journalists freed after being held for five days
Freedom of the Press 2007: Antigua and Barbuda
Freedom of the Press 2007: Panama
Freedom of the Press 2007: Nicaragua
Information minister steps in, prevents Jamaican journalist from being expelled
Freedom of the Press 2007: Mexico
Freedom of the Press 2007: Honduras
Freedom of the Press 2007: Guatemala
Freedom of the Press 2007: El Salvador
Freedom of the Press 2007: Costa Rica
Four dissidents arrested during "Black Spring", including a journalist, released
Freedom of the Press 2007: Belize
Freedom of the Press 2007: Canada
Judge upholds court's jurisdiction over Esperat murder case
World Report 2008: Burundi
Freedom of the Press 2007: Burundi
Government frees opposition writer Andrei Klimau
Prosecutor requests five-year sentence for detained editor of leading opposition newspaper
CIHRS condemns satellite broadcast regulatory principles adopted by Arab League
Freedom of the Press 2007: United States
Two journalists victims of suspicious and intimidating surveillance in Barrancabermeja
Sinaloa State Prosecutor not to press charges in case of journalist's harassment by military officers
CAPSULE REPORT: Arrests, detentions of journalists, activists highlight junta's intolerance of free expression, says Human Rights Watch
Journalist released after two nights in jail for "insulting" former vice-governor of Mus province
CAPSULE REPORT: New NGO regulations are "choking" independent activism, dissent, says Human Rights Watch
Community radio presenter raped and killed
Activist detained for past eight months, allegedly tortured, on trial for petition against illegal land seizures
Two journalists assaulted in Oaxaca, accused of spying for government, as press climate continues to deteriorate
Journalist investigating war crimes receives death threat
Curbs on journalists hamper election reporting, says Human Rights Watch
NO PUBLIC COMMITMENT TO PRESS FREEDOM AND MORE ANTI-MEDIA VIOLENCE IN 2008, SAYS REPORTERS WITHOUT BORDERS
GOVERNMENT SILENT ON RECENT SPATE OF ATTACKS ON PRESS
ARAB SATELLITE CHARTER MAJOR SETBACK TO PRESS FREEDOM IN REGION, SAY IFEX MEMBERS
ABDUCTED REPORTER FOUND DEAD
COMEDIAN IN PRISON FOR SATIRISING PRESIDENT
MOHAMMED CARTOON CONTROVERSY RESURFACES
INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION CONGRESS COMES TO SEOUL
Radio journalist beaten by crowd angered by his linking of local resident to Colombian guerrilla group
RSF'S SIGNAL FOR EUROPE 2008 - PRESS FREEDOM AWARD
WORLD AFFAIRS JOURNALISM FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMME
Judge denies petition by journalists seeking to prevent media arrests during crisis situations
Two journalists assaulted, others harassed or their work impeded, in different regions
Journalist target of intimidation, surveillance following reports on corruption
Federal police oblige reporter to erase photographs of their activities in Saltillo
Critical radio journalist receives death threat in Cartagena
Two newspaper journalists arrested, their offices searched, material seized
Newspaper editor seriously injured in hit-and-run attack following threats over article on illegal gambling
Local journalist detained by U.S. military forces for almost three months without charge
Journalist arrested while investigating murder, still detained 12 days later
Popular radio programme cancelled after host refutes prime minister's version of crackdown; government plans task force to monitor news
FMM protests abuse of journalists by police, civil defense committees
Released by the courts, novelist continues to be held under new charges
Journalists attacked in four separate incidents involving security personnel, political groups
RSF decries Slovenian sports minister's recommendation that Olympic athletes avoid talking about human rights in Beijing
Privately-owned press caught up in proxy war
WAN welcomes government's announcement that it will decriminalise libel
IFEX-TMG outraged at imprisonment of comedian Hédi Ouled Baballah
ARTICLE 19 urges authorities to remove content restrictions, revise system of corrections/replies in draft press law
Protestors assault journalists in Valencia
Four IFEX members call for action on crimes against journalists
Journalist receives death threats following publication referring to high-ranking officials' crimes
Jamaican journalist detained briefly, faces expulsion order
Two journalists held incommunicado after trying to photograph homes of top politicians
Thousand-strong march to protest escalating attacks "the strongest show of solidarity for media freedom in recent times," says IFJ
Journalist disappears in Michoacán state
Vice president "jokes" about killing reporter
CPJ concerned about proposed new media task force, minister's comments on new public broadcaster
Group of demobilised soldiers raids privately-owned radio station
Journalist charged with defamation under repressive law that government had pledged to amend
Journalist sentenced to one-year prison term and fined for making "damaging allegations"
Sierra Leonean freelance journalist flees country following death threats, attacks, prior imprisonment and torture
Journalist Tasneem Khalil released after brutal torture by military; government not addressing endemic torture, warns Human Rights Watch
RSF criticises lack of public commitment to press freedom, fears upcoming anti-media violence
Freedom House concerned about eavesdropping law, attempt to make it permanent
Legislators allege Globovisión television station is "damaging the image" of president, call for investigation
CEMESP calls for further investigation of murder plot against journalist as details emerge of corruption and bribery during probe
Appeals court upholds one-year prison sentence for editor accused of defaming businessman
Arab Charter for satellite TV a major setback to press freedom in region, says ARTICLE 19
Journalist released after spending 34 days in Kinshasa central prison
Bomb blast injures five journalists as tensions rise in lead-up to national elections
Writer and student leader Amin Ghazaei detained, fears of ill-treatment and health concerns
ARTICLE 19 concerned over silence of government, UN human rights commissioner, in light of press freedom deterioration
State connections to murder of journalist Hrant Dink being ignored, warns BIANET; defamation case against Dink's lawyer dismissed
Security forces lay siege to editor's home
Arrests foil plot to assassinate creator of controversial cartoon
Abducted journalist found dead
Plan to strip broadcaster of commercial revenue promotes fears for future of public broadcasting
GOVERNMENT CONTINUES ITS PRE-OLYMPIC CRACKDOWN ON DISSENT
JOURNALIST KILLED AMID FLOOD OF THREATS AGAINST MEDIA
SENIOR JOURNALIST KILLED BY SEPARATIST GROUP
AUTHORITIES INEFFECTIVE IN PROTECTING JOURNALISTS, SAY IFEX MEMBERS
GOVERNMENT BANS RADIO STATION
THREE HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS RELEASED
NINETY-FIVE MEDIA PROFESSIONALS KILLED IN 2007, SAYS WAN
NEW REPORT ASSESSES ANTI-CORRUPTION MECHANISMS AND GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABILITY IN 55 COUNTRIES
ESSAY CONTEST ON CIVIL RIGHTS IN THE MIDDLE EAST
IAPA concerned over article of draft Constitution calling for media "truthfulness and responsibility"
Newspaper director accuses congressman of harassment over critical article in Hidalgo
Two independent journalists sentenced for alleged defamation
Journalist receives death threat, is repeatedly harassed, following critical articles on Melgar mayor
In "baffling" decision, appeals court keeps journalist Moussa Kaka in detention and gives green light to prosecutors
Presentadora radial Vicky Dávila amenazada en oleada de agresiones contra periodistas
Radio news anchorwoman Vicky Dávila threatened amid flood of aggression against journalists
Syrian singer receives violent warning against performing concert; harassment and blockage of website continues
Censorship board warns print media not to post material online without approval
Television station director fired upon; IFJ urges investigation
Student arrested after asking critical questions at public event
Without free expression referendum on new Constitution will be a sham, says Human Rights Watch
Two CBS News journalists missing in Basra
Media group sues nationalist newspaper for making two of its women journalists public targets of hatred
Journalist Ibrahim Tig acquitted after five-year trial
Appellate court upholds conviction of Al-Jazeera reporter but strikes down prison sentence
Journalist threatened with murder after criticising Puno's regional president
ARTICLE 19 and RSF appeal to British Olympic Association not to restrict athletes' freedom of speech
Journalists flee to neighbouring countries in wake of failed rebellion; authorities harass and arrest reporters
FLIP's annual report documents 162 violations of press freedom in 2007
Interim information minister threatens to shut down broadcasters that break code of conduct
Three journalists receive death threats, the house of one fired upon in Yurimaguas
President Sarkozy files suit against website for "falsification and use and procurement of false documents"
Comedian jailed for imitating President Ben Ali
Threatened radio journalist flees home in Anzoátegui
Newspaper director released
Radio journalist murdered in Algeciras on Colombia's Day of the Journalist
Journalist, previously threatened over article, victim of alleged sabotage
Journalist and managing editor charged with "publishing false news"
Police raid another newspaper over "pirated" software and seize computers, forcing shutdown
IFJ urges Microsoft to reach deal with journalists as government uses anti-piracy campaign as cover for media intimidation
Columnist and photojournalist killed in Quetta
CENCOS and ARTICLE 19 urge protection for journalists in Veracruz state following attempted murder, threats
Father and son journalists gunned down outside town hall in state of Mexico
Freelance journalist arrested after investigating corruption, his home searched and documents confiscated
Newspaper reporter and his brother beaten by Punjab police
Two journalists sentenced to one month in prison for libel, another released
"Prensa Libre" correspondent in Jalapa assaulted
Postal authorities suspend union activist for speaking to media
Journalist Ibrahim Manzo Diallo released conditionally
Radio broadcaster facing charges read offending letter under threat of imminent death
Newspaper journalist murdered in Tamaulipas; colleagues await investigation
"Missing" blogger reportedly in detention, facing charges and possible imprisonment
Journalist receives death threat after investigating secret dictatorship-era detention centre
Arrest warrants issued for alleged masterminds of journalist Marlene Esperat's murder
CAPSULE REPORT: Free expression declines in 2007 with increased executive interference, persecution, says CIJ report
In "craven act of self-censorship," website bans political reporting ahead of general elections
Government suspends independent broadcaster Aaj TV for more than 12 hours
Respected critical anchor of public affairs programme removed from post by Channel 5 television station
Political blogger, popular novelist jailed; 12 human rights organisations call for his release
Ninety-five journalists killed worldwide in 2007, reports WAN
New censorship law threatens freedom of expression and opinion, says HRinfo
Government suspends RFI indefinitely
Defamation charges filed against initiators and signatories of petition highlighting concerns over press freedom climate
CAPSULE REPORT: Criminal defamation, insult and libel laws used to silence African journalists, says WiPC report
Government lifts restrictions preventing two freed journalists from launching new publications
Government releases five human rights activists ahead of EU meeting
Buenaventura journalist forced by guerrilla group to broadcast message
Journalist Cecilia Vargas Simón receives death threat, her home ransacked
CAPSULE REPORT: Defamation decriminalised, but attacks on journalists increase in 2007, says CAPJ free expression report
President Karzai reassures delegation over fate of young journalist sentenced to death
Municipal officials harass, threaten journalist for filming meeting
Police confiscate newspaper's computers
Córdoba newspaper employees receive death threats over reports on corruption
Radio station shuts down following death threats from FARC guerrillas
Police attempt to stop journalists from photographing land dispute
Detained opposition journalist begins another hunger strike
CAPSULE REPORT: Clear bias in favour of Musharraf allies in state TV's election campaign coverage
Journalist seeks court protection from would-be assassins
REPRESSIVE GOVERNMENTS FIND NEW WAYS TO ATTACK PRESS; WEST TURNS BLIND EYE, SAY CPJ AND HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH
AUTHORITIES LAUNCH FRESH CRACKDOWN ON PRO-DEMOCRACY ACTIVISTS
CAMERAMAN KILLED IN ROADSIDE BOMB
MEDIA USE LAWSUITS TO FIGHT GOVERNMENT HARASSMENT
GOVERNMENT LIFTS BAN, CAUTIONS MEDIA
Government lifts ban on live broadcasting, cautions foreign correspondents against "inflammatory" reporting
TAKE ACTION! CALL FOR CHINA TO RELEASE HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVIST
UNESCO RELEASES WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY 2007 REPORT
GRANTS TO ATTEND 2008 GLOBAL INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM CONFERENCE
Journalist killed, police protect state minister from allegations of involvement
2008 FAIR GRANTS FOR INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM PROJECTS
Journalist Ching Cheong released
Journalist Li Changqing, winner of WAN's Golden Pen award, freed after three years in jail; WAN calls for further releases
Closure of TV Mitrovica "unduly undermines freedom of speech," says SEEMO
Six IFEX members urge government to uphold media's right to report safely as attacks escalate
Commission on judicial scandal threatens critics with contempt charges
Three youths detained for four days, interrogated for allegedly distributing human rights pamphlets; missing blogger spotted in ministry office
Journalist Lü Gengsong sentenced for "inciting subversion of state power"
Another detained in crackdown on democracy advocates; at least eight allegedly beaten, forced to confess
Editor of weekly released on bail, trial postponed; five journalists arrested, one beaten, another mistreated
Judge orders 13 Fox officials arrested over illicit exclusion of critical publisher from contracts
Government security agent and security company employee captured, charged with 2006 murder of human rights lawyer
From violence in Iraq to jailings in China and Cuba, CPJ recounts a troubling year in annual report
President's criticism of media in reaction to spying scandal worrisome, says RSF
Two journalists shot while covering riots, another assaulted and her camera taken, several others threatened with death
Blogger mysteriously missing; authorities deny arresting him
Radio journalist threatened and assaulted in Tingo María following coverage of allegations of governor's corruption
Death threat to journalist in Chihuahua forces him into exile, his newspaper to limit coverage of organised crime
Journalist assaulted on his way to cover strike
Mob attacks newspaper office, alleging untruthful reporting on police incident
Access to YouTube website blocked three times in January over content "disrespectful of Turkishness"
Court excludes press from hearing of domestic violence case involving judge
CAPSULE REPORT: "Freedom of expression is in the worst state ever," says IRFS
Two IFEX members offer analysis of new access to information act
Two reporters and one photographer remain detained for denouncing official corruption
Journalist Omar Al-Ghul freed after being held by Hamas for 49 days
RSF asks Justice Ministry to improve prison conditions of dissident journalist Slim Boukhdir
Two sentenced to six years in jail for allegedly distributing anti-government leaflets; woman writer released
Authorities block circulation of report on Internet censorship and ban list of search engine keywords
Twenty-one years after Chernobyl disaster, limited access to environmental information prevails, reports ARTICLE 19
News channel director fired after airing critical comments; Information minister bans live programmes on state television

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