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Attacks on journalists and media outlets have intensified, says IAPA
Access impeded to Internet platform hosting popular blogs, other websites
Barring entry to UK author on grounds of "moral turpitude" sets a dangerous precedent, says PEN American Center
Barrancabermeja photojournalist receives threat, judge interferes in his work
Classified memo reveals government strategy for "managing" foreign journalists
Political prisoner jailed for criticising government still requires urgent medical treatment; psychiatric pretext for his confinement dubious, says doctor
Local media critical of municipal government in La Piedad subjected to harassment campaign, says newspaper editor
ARTICLE 19 and CIHRS condemn passage of resolution that undermines free expression
Maoists threaten, attempt to besiege radio station in Achham
Privately-owned radio station attacked by gunmen, equipment destroyed
Greek Helsinki Monitor under criminal investigation for denouncing anti-Semitic articles
More transgender people arrested, mistreated in detention as dress-code crackdown continues
RSF marks second anniversary of police raid that effectively banned independent weekly
Lithuanian journalists among those beaten in Minsk; "collaborators" with "insulting" cartoons of president being hunted; strong diplomatic reactions to crackdown
Imprisoned journalist facing death sentence transferred to Kabul ahead of appeal
Journalist suspended for interviewing government critics
Two newspaper journalists arrested, one released, the other held incommunicado
Journalist dismissed for serving in union executive position
N'Djamena's privately-owned press starts publishing again for first time since state of emergency proclaimed
Imprisoned academic, rights activists in urgent need of medical care; Arab League Secretary urged to press for detainees' release
Journalists threatened, press vehicle stolen by armed drug-traffickers in Zacapa
Anti-government protestors vandalise two public broadcasters; one off-air due to damage
Radio Bemba case transferred to Sonora authorities; transparency organisation denied information on project, its director harassed
Journalist beaten, injured by police officer while covering clashes in Chainpur
Prime minister labels journalists "mercenaries of mafia"
Two journalists seek ECHR recourse following criminal defamation conviction, suspension of their constitutional rights
Judge dismisses six additional cases against convicted editor; CPJ condemns jail sentence
Journalist petitions authorities for protection, an end to ongoing harassment by intelligence agency
Human Rights Council must protect particular mandate of Special Rapporteur on Free Expression, say 19 IFEX members, 12 other organisations
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Zimbabwe
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Somalia
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Rwanda
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Nigeria
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Niger
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Guinea
Attacks on the Press in 2007: The Gambia
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Ethiopia
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Eritrea
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Democratic Republic of Congo
20 IFEX members and other organisations appeal to president to "Stop the War on Journalists"
Award-winning Iranian movie banned by authorities
Photojournalist covering rally brutally beaten, charged; another charged, in jail; various journalists' homes, media outlets searched by KGB
Freedom of the Press 2007: St. Kitts and Nevis
Freedom of the Press 2007: China (Hong Kong)
Freedom of the Press 2007: Uzbekistan
Freedom of the Press 2007: Tajikistan
Freedom of the Press 2007: Kyrgyzstan
Freedom of the Press 2007: Kazakhstan
Freedom of the Press 2007: Montenegro
Freedom of the Press 2007: Iceland
Freedom of the Press 2007: Georgia
Freedom of the Press 2007: Malta
Freedom of the Press 2007: Sweden
Freedom of the Press 2007: Slovenia
Freedom of the Press 2007: Turkey
Freedom of the Press 2007: Slovakia
Suspected masterminds of Esperat killing granted temporary restraining order
Access to Indymedia-Istanbul and YouTube websites blocked by court orders
Newspaper editor, assistant receive death threats from "red berets"
NAFEO protests problematic press bill, urges president not to give his assent
Supreme Court declares ban against journalist null and void
National press organisation takes complaint about new Constitution to the OAS; problematic broadcasting measure struck down
Puebla government denies three online newspapers advertising contracts following critical coverage
Record damages award against editor of leading daily in libel suit
Human rights campaign leader sentenced to five years in prison; one activist held incommunicado, another sent by force to psychiatric hospital
Newspaper editor given suspended six-month sentence for reporting on rumours regarding president's health
Freedom of the Press 2007: Micronesia
Intelligence organisation tries to gag newspaper
Freedom of the Press 2007: Samoa
Freedom of the Press 2007: New Zealand
Freedom of the Press 2007: Australia
Freedom of the Press 2007: Vanuatu
Freedom of the Press 2007: Tonga
Freedom of the Press 2007: Solomon Islands
Freedom of the Press 2007: Papua New Guinea
Freedom of the Press 2007: Nauru
Freedom of the Press 2007: Kiribati
Freedom of the Press 2007: Fiji Islands
Freedom of the Press 2007: Brunei
Freedom of the Press 2007: Vietnam
Freedom of the Press 2007: Thailand
Freedom of the Press 2007: Taiwan
Freedom of the Press 2007: Sri Lanka
Freedom of the Press 2007: Singapore
Freedom of the Press 2007: Philippines
Freedom of the Press 2007: Pakistan
Freedom of the Press 2007: South Korea
Freedom of the Press 2007: North Korea
Freedom of the Press 2007: Nepal
Freedom of the Press 2007: Mongolia
Freedom of the Press 2007: Malaysia
Freedom of the Press 2007: Laos
Freedom of the Press 2007: Japan
Freedom of the Press 2007: Indonesia
Freedom of the Press 2007: India
Freedom of the Press 2007: East Timor
Freedom of the Press 2007: China
Freedom of the Press 2007: Cambodia
Freedom of the Press 2007: Burma
Freedom of the Press 2007: Bhutan
Freedom of the Press 2007: Bangladesh
Freedom of the Press 2007: Afghanistan
Freedom of the Press 2007: Maldives
Imprisoned editor starts hunger strike to protest jailing of journalists
Journalist, press owners still detained by TID without explanation
Two journalists charged with slander; newspaper harassed, threatened with possible closure
Journalist's home fired upon in Manzanillo following articles critical of public officials
Several international media outlets denied accreditation, journalists blacklisted
Freelance reporter threatened by peasant leader in Morelos
ARTICLE 19 condemns imprisonment of pro-Tibet demonstrators, silencing expression of political opinions
PROTESTS DISRUPT OLYMPIC FLAME CEREMONY; CRACKDOWN CONTINUES IN TIBET
IFEX MEMBERS MARK WAR'S FIFTH ANNIVERSARY
TWO DAGESTANI JOURNALISTS KILLED IN SEPARATE ATTACKS
NINE ACTIVISTS ARRESTED FOR WAVING FLAG
FAKE PRINCE ON FACEBOOK PARDONED
IPI WORLD CONGRESS TO CONVENE IN BELGRADE
REGISTER NOW FOR EURASIA FORUM FOR MEDIA DEVELOPMENT
CJFE CALLS FOR NOMINATIONS FOR 2008 PRESS FREEDOM AWARDS
Journalist in hiding, home raided
Journalist Fatou Jaw Manneh's case remains in limbo
Twenty-nine Chinese intellectuals appeal to government to allow free expression in Tibet
Threatened Bangladeshi feminist writer leaves India for Europe
Journalist detained for two days, his home raided: "crude attempt to intimidate critics," says IFJ
Cartoonist released after six months in prison
Ingush legislators call for end to broadcasts by RenTV, station says in retaliation for critical coverage
UN expert says media's rights being violated by all in conflict
Former general's appointment to key media post signifies militarisation of media, threat to state media's independence, says FMM
Venue of journalists' murder trials changed following successful petition by CMFR and other organisations
Presidential candidate publicly berates, intimidates critical journalist
One week ahead of elections, African observers urged not to minimise importance of government control of media
Notorious government minister threatens violence against television journalists
Newspaper editor charged, in hiding, home raided
Lagos-based daily's cartoonist attacked at home by armed intruders
Two publications censored, website blocked
Censors ban veteran journalist's writings for one week
Two journalists covering volatile North Caucasus murdered, motives uncertain
Deux autres journalistes étrangers expulsés du Tibet; Les utilisateurs d'Internet menacés de sanctions
Two more foreign journalists expelled from Tibet; Internet users threatened with sanctions
Cleric issues religious edict calling for trial, death of two writers for "heretical articles"
Publisher of local daily in Veracruz receives death threats, police officer suspected
Several websites inaccessible; website director detained, released on bail
French journalist forced to leave country after authorities "definitively" withdraw her accreditation
Journalist's murder not work-related, say his lawyer and court; FOPEA urges exhaustive investigation
Hundreds of journalists forced into exile in five years since start of US-led invasion
Head of free expression organisation charged with "libelling state bodies" over article on January 2008 riots
Santiago-based television station receives call criticising coverage, warning of a bomb
National police harass, threaten to sue journalist over article on corruption
Journalist assaulted, his videotape seized by protestors in Ciudad Guayana
CAPSULE REPORT: Silencing of journalists with criminal defamation laws continues in 2008, says WiPC
Hu Jia's trial "extremely troubling"; friends and colleagues reportedly detained to prevent their talking to media
IFJ concerned as retired general appointed to senior position at state broadcaster SLRC
CAPSULE REPORT: IFJ concerned for detained journalists, trend of press repression
Authorities obstruct foreign journalists, step up controls and propaganda in Tibet
Human Rights Council's proposed change to freedom of expression mandate "an unjustifiable limitation", says ARTICLE 19
Appeals court dismisses citation, fine against journalist for protecting source
Journalist receives death threats
Censors ban nine lifestyle and cinema magazines, warn 13 others
Nine activists arrested, charged for displaying flag, expressing support for independence
Threatened journalist gunned down in Jujuy, colleagues believe murder work-related
Two journalists threatened over their work
On war's fifth anniversary, ARTICLE 19 urges authorities to provide journalists protection, not graves
Three journalists released by Terrorist Information Department; two remain in custody
Journalist held without trial for eight months
Journalist critical of mayor badly beaten; photographer assaulted by manager of sports stadium
Academic given 15-month suspended sentence for comments about Ataturk
CAPSULE REPORT: Flood of "insult" lawsuits contradicts army's professed tolerance of criticism
Retail giant files absurdly large defamation lawsuits against columnist and former MP over criticisms
Publisher faces possible prison sentence at upcoming trial hearing
AUTHORITIES BLACK OUT INDEPENDENT COVERAGE OF DEADLY PROTESTS
STATE TELEVISION EMPLOYEES SHUT OUT OF STATION
REPORTER FOR OPPOSITION DAILY STABBED
MEDIA EXECUTIVE KILLED
UNESCO WITHDRAWS SUPPORT FOR ONLINE FREE EXPRESSION DAY
"PARALLEL POWERS" MAIN THREAT TO FREE EXPRESSION IN MEXICO, FINDS CEPET
PARIS CONFERENCE ON PRESS CONDITIONS DURING BEIJING OLYMPICS
IFJ COLOMBIA DIRECTOR WINS SPANISH HUMAN RIGHTS JOURNALISM PRIZE
Five journalists given three-month prison sentences over critical articles
Army seizes control of public SLRC television: staff put on "compulsory vacation"
Growing concerns for the health and safety of controversial feminist Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasrin in Delhi
Police impede coverage of environmental conflict by Hermosillo community radio station
Suspect in shooting attack on journalist Jesús Blancornelas arrested
"Times of Swaziland" newspaper sued by Speaker of the House of Assembly for alleged defamation
Location of journalist in detention now known, authorities deny family visit, access to lawyer, doctor
Weekly newspaper suspended for reporting on murders; another warned
Prizewinning journalist's dismissal, allegedly due to pressures on newspaper, narrows informational pluralism
Journalist Hasan Abdel Jawad arrested; intimidation of press in West Bank growing, says IFJ
Two radio journalists held for three hours
Two television journalists harassed, threatened by policeman in Paraná while investigating childcare shortage
New charges brought against "Fakty s Argumentami" newspaper's editor-in-chief over article criticising Elets mayor
Amid flood of media freedom abuses, two "Nota Bene" journalists sentenced for criminal defamation
Radio host beaten in Chihuahua, his coverage the suspected motive
Three journalists mistreated by soldiers operating against militia in Mount Elgon region
New coalition government leaders pledge to remove media constraints within 100 days; Musharraf supports national dialogue to ease media-government confrontation
Journalists' home ransacked
Three former policemen convicted of murder of journalist Georgiy Gongadze
Journalists from six Hong Kong media outlets ordered out of Lhasa, placed under escort
Informal street vendors burst into newspaper's offices in Anzoategui, intimidate reporter following critical article
Authorities clamp down on information in Tibet, expel journalists in wake of eruption of violence
Local newspaper harassed, denied advertising contracts by representative of Mexico City's Benito Juárez district
Gang raids Karachi Press Club as attacks on journalists continue
Journalist assaulted, threatened by public official over article on false academic credentials
Threatened journalist's father, sister seriously injured by attackers threatening to kill her if she returns from hiding
Journalist who wrote about alleged corruption charged, placed under judicial control
Suspects behind killing of journalist Marlene Esperat elude arrest
Police warn station after court lifts ban on political radio shows; host, panelists charged with "defamation", "inciting violence"
Sedition trial against journalist Fatou Jaw Manneh delayed further
Newspaper banned; ARTICLE 19 condemns recurring attacks on free expression
Journalist detained briefly, interrogated by intelligence services following publication of article on army's involvement in police force promotions
US-based online paper inaccessible from Gambia, deliberate blocking by government suspected
Last member of French documentary crew allowed to leave country after paying bail
Newspaper suspended over report on president's wealth
Journalist arrested, held overnight by authorities as media workers increasingly at centre of dispute between Fatah and Hamas
Supreme Court grants first writ of amparo ordering protection of journalist target of murder plot
Cyber-dissidents continue activities despite barriers, threat of jail
IFJ rejects government's proposed national media policy, stresses need for independent media framework
Another SLRC journalist attacked, admitted to hospital with injuries
Demonstrators assault photographer covering march in Ecatepec
Journalist, previously beaten over article on logging, stabbed in chest
CAPSULE REPORT: RSF appeals to future Parliament on eve of elections
Media executive shot to death in Baghdad street
Court strips two weekly newspapers of their licences, fines editors
Journalist arrested, briefly detained, his photographs confiscated
Government suspends RFI over day of solidarity with imprisoned correspondent
Detained Tamil journalists badly beaten by police
"Günlük Evrensel" newspaper, BIANET facing charges for article on ultranationalist group; charges against "Cumhuriyet" for violating ban dismissed
Various Diyarbakir authorities charged for publishing information in Kurdish or allowing language's use at public events
State agents fail to appear before regional court investigating journalist's arrest
Exiled Gambian journalist escapes kidnapping attempt in Senegal
CAPSULE REPORT: ARTICLE 19 urges UN to act; criticism of draft constitution will net harsh penalties; "Myanmar Nation" journalists charged
New media law contravenes international standards, says NUSOJ report
UNESCO withdraws patronage for Online Free Expression Day
Taliban order news vendors in North Waziristan to stop selling two daily newspapers containing "immoral photographs of women"
Journalists beaten while covering demonstration
Election results reflect voters' demand for democratic reforms and freedom of expression, says SEAPA
Government sympathisers insult and hit journalists covering march in Valencia for peace in Colombia
French reporter stabbed in Kurdish region
Appeals court delays imposition of punitive fines on reporter who refused to reveal sources
RSF denounces "disgraceful" appeal hearings in Maheshe murder trial
Ruling party sympathisers threaten to rape journalist in La Paz
Another attack on Hu Jia's lawyer as authorities prepare for activist's trial
Marking its 16th anniversary, EFJA denounces dismal conditions for press freedom
Journalist assaulted in Huancabamba over coverage of mining conflict
WOMEN'S RIGHTS ACTIVISTS UNDER ATTACK
EDITOR JAILED ON SPURIOUS CHARGES
ARTICLE 19 COMMENDS VOTE TO REPEAL BLASPHEMY
IFEX-TMG SPEAKS OUT AGAINST ASSAULT ON RIGHTS DEFENDERS
TAKE ACTION! PROTEST VIRTUALLY ON INTERNATIONAL ONLINE FREE EXPRESSION DAY, 12 MARCH
MEDIA TIMIDLY REPORTED POLITICAL CRISIS, MISSION FINDS
ONE IN TWO MEXICAN FREELANCERS SURVEYED HAS BEEN HARASSED, STUDY FINDS
NOMINATIONS WANTED FOR KNIGHT INTERNATIONAL JOURNALISM AWARDS
CAPSULE REPORT:"Parallel powers" behind one third of attacks on free expression in 2007, says CEPET
Imprisoned journalist facing death sentence "in constant danger," says brother
Judge imposes severe fines in attempt to force journalist to reveal her sources; another journalist faces contempt of court charges
Regional human rights commission should review illegitimate restrictions to freedom of expression, say ARTICLE 19 and others
Television journalists mistreated in Medellín and Bucaramanga while covering marches against violence
New restrictions on Internet cafés and violations of users' privacy
Human rights lawyer released after 41 hours of questioning; previously imprisoned activist prevented from giving interviews; writer forced to leave Beijing
Journalist detained by police; another assaulted by mayor
Appeals court orders that novelist serve full term in prison; risk of re-arrest
Editor of private newspaper abducted, detained in secret location following publication of articles about president's health
CERIGUA laments lack of women's participation in and access to the media
President may declassify military archives to shed light on fate of "disappeared" journalists
Journalists' group challenges libel laws used to silence critics
Journalists who investigated Chosica mayor threatened and harassed
Editor of Afghan women's magazine arrested, held without charge
Website director detained in latest wave of media repression
Problems with Internet access, international telephone communications coincide with UN mission, reports SEAPA
Seven journalists assaulted while covering police raid in Quetzaltenango
Sentence reduction for journalists' murderers concerns IAPA
Militants angered by coverage attack press vehicle, burn newspapers, injure worker
Journalists detained and questioned by Terrorist Investigations Department
Co-author of letter denouncing human rights violations reportedly abducted
Four news media organisations appeal news blackout on terrorism case
ARTICLE 19 profiles women speaking out despite taboos and censorship
Authorities restore censorship; RSF condemns "illegal and saddening" decision
Suspect in 2004 killing of journalist surrenders as witness retracts testimony
"Azadlig" newspaper editor-in-chief sentenced at secret hearing to four years in prison for alleged "hooliganism"
House of Lords votes to abolish common law crimes of blasphemy and blasphemous libel
Police detain cameraman, confiscate equipment during land protest at frontier with Uruguay
Due to fear, media "low-key, even timid" in their reporting on political crisis, says fact-finding mission report
Publisher detained briefly, accused of "ridiculing" president
Human rights activists Yu Changwu and Wang Guilin sentenced to "re-education through labour"; Tibetan writer Tsering Woeser prohibited from traveling
Media denies women voice, fails to inform public on women's issues, survey shows
Newspaper under imminent threat of closure as appeals court upholds defamation verdict, high damages
Three journalists detained for 13 days on criminal defamation charges, their newspapers' equipment confiscated
Four military police officers arrested in journalist's murder
Arab League's proposed satellite broadcasting regulations would impede needed criticism of corruption and repression, warn 34 organisations
IPA condemns call for boycott of Paris Salon du Livre international book fair
Government steps up efforts to combat pollution through enabling access to environmental information
Newspaper editor gets one-month prison sentence for comparing two court decisions
Lawyers demand change of judge in murder trial of three Zirve Publications employees
Banned women writers continue to denounce injustices, risking arrest and lengthy imprisonment, says WiPC
Television camera operator beaten by Aragua police for filming their assault of demonstrating taxi driver
Maoist cadres threaten to break legs and spine of "Nayen" weekly's chief editor
Live transmission of Supreme Court speech blocked in Karachi
Suspects in journalist Hrant Dink's murder and their lawyer removed from court after anti-Armenian hate speeches, interference with testimony
FNJ condemns mistreatment of five journalists by UN Mission staff in Bethan
New proof of innocence of blogger imprisoned for insulting president
UN Mission staff abuse journalists in Bethan; community radio station vandalised in Panchthar
Freedom of the Press 2007: Montenegro
Freedom of the Press 2007: Serbia
Freedom of the Press 2007: Russia
Freedom of the Press 2007: Romania
Freedom of the Press 2007: Portugal
Freedom of the Press 2007: Poland
Freedom of the Press 2007: Norway
Librarian of state-owned television station SLRC wounded in razor attack
Freedom of the Press 2007: Netherlands
Freedom of the Press 2007: Macedonia
Freedom of the Press 2007: Lithuania
Freedom of the Press 2007: Italy
Freedom of the Press 2007: Ireland
Freedom of the Press 2007: Hungary
Freedom of the Press 2007: Greece
Freedom of the Press 2007: Germany
Freedom of the Press 2007: France
Freedom of the Press 2007: Finland
Freedom of the Press 2007: Denmark
Freedom of the Press 2007: Czech Republic
Freedom of the Press 2007: Cyprus
Freedom of the Press 2007: Croatia
Freedom of the Press 2007: Bulgaria
Freedom of the Press 2007: Bosnia-Herzegovina
Freedom of the Press 2007: Belgium
Freedom of the Press 2007: Belarus
Freedom of the Press 2007: Austria
Two journalists sentenced to prison, fined for criticising local official in appeal decision
Freedom of the Press 2007: Albania
Freedom of the Press 2007: Azerbaijan
Freedom of the Press 2007: Armenia
Freedom of the Press 2007: United Kingdom
Freedom of the Press 2007: Ukraine
IFEX-TMG urges government to cease repeated attacks on activists following brutal violence against Sihem Bensedrine and Omar Mestiri
Government restraints on expression ahead of elections will deny citizens a fair vote, says Human Rights Watch
Writer on trial for referring to Armenian genocide, urging others to do the same
CPJ urges release of 22 imprisoned journalists in compliance with international accords recently signed
PEN Canada concerned about parliamentary bill provisions that could subject film and television productions to censorship
Freedom of expression remains under severe threat following presidential elections, says ARTICLE 19
Authorities prevent aerial coverage by television news network of rally against president
Independent broadcaster's editor receives death threats as harassment campaign continues
Criminal charges reinstated against former "Daily Observer" editor
Journalists and allies in Culiacán protest impunity in colleague's murder, government inaction on violence in Sinaloa state
PRESS MUZZLED IN STATE OF EMERGENCY
JOURNALIST LEADER DIES AFTER GUN ATTACK
GOVERNMENT FORCES THREE BROADCASTERS OFF AIR
AFGHAN JOURNALIST DECLARED ENEMY COMBATANT
EVANGELICAL CHURCH LOSES LAWSUITS AGAINST NEWSPAPER
EDITOR WHO REPRINTED MOHAMMED CARTOONS FREED
If she loses appeal, convicted Iranian-American journalist must choose between losing elderly mother's home and returning to serve sentence
PROTEST RESTRICTIONS ON WOMEN WRITERS IN CHINA FOR INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY
AFRICAN REGGAE STAR WINS FIRST FREEMUSE AWARD
CJFE relieved by swift resolution to Lon Appleby subpoena case
TAKE ACTION! HELP UNBLOCK THE INTERNET WITH PSIPHON
Police detain and beat journalists Sihem Bensedrine and Omar Mestiri
Journalist Brad Will's family conducting independent investigation into his killing, says official hypothesis "irrational"
Media ordered to cite only government sources; three websites, one radio station blocked
Lawyer and human rights activist on trial for statements made to German newspaper "denigrating the army"
Charges against Veracruz journalist to be dropped; federal police's abuses of him and colleague to be investigated
Newspaper publisher held incommunicado, reporters attacked as government steps up media crackdown
Owner and editor of Turkish-Armenian newspaper face prison sentences for "attempting to influence the judiciary"; their lawyers reject biased court
Government refuses visa to RSF secretary-general
Presidential decree increases jail terms for press offences; IFJ calls for end to media crackdown
Venezuelan newspaper journalist assaulted by Maicao merchants
Two journalists sentenced to prison, two others released on bail; monthly suspended
Death threats and attempted frame-up of journalist linked to his investigation of drug lord Fernando Zevallos
French documentary crew's departure from country delayed for six days by suspicious legal wrangle; producer obliged to remain
Opposition news agency sealed off; journalist arrested; non-government broadcasts to be severely curtailed, Internet and satellite reception cut, under state of emergency
Journalist killed in Swat valley suicide bombing, another injured and hospitalised
Journalists detained for videotaping police officers sleeping on duty at Iquitos jail
Civil servant blocks journalist's attempt to broadcast news
Police officers aim guns at photojournalist, interfere with him taking photographs of crime scene in Chihuahua
Radio journalist beaten by police officers, detained briefly
Armed forces raid offices of three radio stations, seize equipment, beat reporter; rocket hits station's building
Two journalists narrowly escape lynching in Cochabamba
Detention of two website editors reportedly tied to posting of contested energy contract
International mission and local members fight back in face of media crackdown surrounding elections in Nepal

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