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Held for two years, Baloch journalist still fears for his life
Government minister interrupts TV broadcast, shouting threats, over inclusion of opposition spokesperson in programme
IAPA urges judiciary to ensure "Muralla" journalist's disappearance, other crimes against journalists, do not go unpunished
Photojournalist's coverage of public event involving Aguascalientes governor impeded by private guards
CPJ's Impunity Index ranks countries where killers of journalists go free
IPI welcomes president's commitment to improved media environment
CAPSULE REPORT: From political coercion and violence to advertiser pressure, challenges continue to confront regional media, says IFJ report
Government-ordered investigation of NGO over public comments threatens free expression, says IPYS
Dissident writer in psychiatric detention apparently without medical cause; WiPC calls for her release
Critical NGO activists harassed; prosecution of newspaper continues, its editors go on hunger strike
Cable operators prohibited from carrying several Pakistani TV stations
Freedom of expression activists denied entry to international conference
Two other journalists arrested for "possessing seditious materials" and "publishing inflammatory materials"; photojournalist picked up during raid
Criminal libel case opened against website editor over article on corruption
Australian journalist injured in suicide bomb attack, hospitalised
WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY 2008: FOCUS ON ACCESS AND EMPOWERMENT
WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY EVENTS IN AFRICA
WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY EVENTS IN THE AMERICAS
WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY EVENTS IN ASIA-PACIFIC
WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY EVENTS IN EUROPE AND CENTRAL ASIA
WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY EVENTS IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA
Junta reportedly planning to restrict Internet access during referendum
Journalists forcefully prohibited from covering event; independence of communications regulatory body threatened
Newspaper website blocked over forum comment allegedly defamatory of regional official
Journalist arrested; weekly suspended; daily in danger of losing licence
BBC journalist prevented from working in Mount Everest area
Authorities threaten to use force to prevent conference
Journalists plead not guilty to charges as trial gets underway
Top journalist released from detention, his offices raided and materials seized
Former ZBC official pleads not guilty to charges of facilitating unaccredited journalist's access to diamond mine fields; his trial postponed
Townspeople briefly hold journalist captive in Sacuy, beat two journalists in Patzicía
Cameraman hospitalised following police beating for filming violence on protest organisers, film confiscated
Blogger released from prison, his blog blocked by authorities
Reporter gunned down in southern town
Radio station director threatened, followed, his house shot at in Oaxaca
Top political journalist arrested, whereabouts unknown, after criticising president on talk show
PINA voices concern over restrictions in national broadcaster's political programming in lead up to elections
Murder of radio journalist in Alagoas still unsolved; IAPA calls for action
Valera journalist threatened following article about allegedly corrupt mayor; Barinas town councillors threaten to take over newspaper's headquarters
La police perquisitionne plusieurs médias pour obtenir des enregistrements de violences qui ont suivi un match de hockey à Montréal
Leading radio journalist freed after being held for eight hours without explanation
Journalist's vehicle set on fire, possibly in retaliation for critical reports
Canadian journalist harassed, press accreditation taken
Journalist Taoufik Ben Brik's family threatened and harassed
Government bars photographers, censors news from war front
Journalist employed by state-owned radio station held since 2006
Woman detained for promoting general strike on Facebook, released; student briefly detained for urging release of Internet activists
Pre-trial detention of editor Nikolai Andrushchenko extended by another two months
Newspaper editor allegedly targeted for assassination following exposé of government budget scam
Defence ministry behind soldier's lawsuit against newspaper over article about bribe, says editor
Detained freelancer Frank Chikowore denied bail and medical care; his lawyer insists he was not involved in 15 April strike and rioting
Government launches aggressive censorship and harassment campaign in run-up to referendum on new constitution; rap singer arrested
Newspaper editor and managing editor convicted of libel, fined
Radio stations jammed, websites hacked, media restrained as news blackout continues
The State of Press Freedom in Colombia: January-June 2007
Journalist's trial resumes; public barred from attending
Staff members of critical newspaper summoned to court for reporting judge's statement: "a calculated attempt to intimidate," says editor
Three imprisoned journalists awarded Hellman/Hammett Grants for courage
HKJA and IFJ call for signatures to online petition for jailed activist Hu Jia
Journalist investigating Ucayali regional government's alleged corruption receives death threat
Charges against journalist dropped for lack of evidence; MISA urges police to return his equipment
IFJ concerned at police inaction as kidnap threat repeated against FMM employee
European Parliament's decision not to publish audit report "shows contempt for transparency," says EFJ
One musician arrested, another sentenced to six months' imprisonment for criticising constitutional amendments
MDC's information director arrested, charged; student journalist fined before release; MISA condemns discriminatory treatment of detained journalist
Community radio organizer, previously smeared by army, receives new paramilitary death threat
Private radio station closed for broadcasting testimonies of soldiers' victims
Journalist beaten by Angolan diplomat, arrested while unconscious
CRACKDOWN ON FREE EXPRESSION CONTINUES AMID DEMONSTRATIONS
CAMERAMAN KILLED WHILE FILMING ISRAELI TANK
TESCO CONTINUES SPREE OF LIBEL SUITS
JOURNALISTS AT RISK IN WAKE OF UNDECIDED ELECTIONS
Detained journalist Frank Chikowore charged, denied treatment; freelancer Stanley Karombo released after incommunicado detention
Independent journalist and blogger Nguyen Hoang Hai arrested following death threats; independent journalist Truong Minh Duc sentenced to five years in prison
JOURNALISTS CAMPAIGN TO REFORM MEDIA LAWS
TAKE ACTION! CONFRONT CHINA ABOUT HUMAN RIGHTS WITH PEN'S POEM RELAY
INTERNATIONAL MISSION HEADS TO MEXICO TO INVESTIGATE VIOLATIONS
OLYMPICS "CATASTROPHIC" FOR PRESS FREEDOM IN CHINA, SAYS GAO YU
Journalist to be compensated for death threats, man responsible also fined
Police impede journalist from covering environmental protest, briefly detain him in Coyhaique
IPI calls on Parliament to reject proposed extension of criminal defamation
IPI and SEEMO criticise EC Liaison Office's comment on Kosovo newspaper's publication of information without prior institutional consent
Mexico City's access to information law still flawed despite amendment, says ARTICLE 19
Journalist kicked, head-butted and threatened by Puno regional president's wife
Journalist threatened, harassed for sending inquiry to Ministry of Agriculture office
Annual Report 2007
Editor fined in defamation case
Evidence suggests Israeli tank crew may have targeted Reuters team; Ma'an news agency reporters also came under fire
"El Cinco" newspaper printer abducted, other employees threatened, issues prevented from being sold to the public
Five radio station employees released, station back on the air
Observers of Serge Maheshe murder case receive death threats
Radio journalist receives threats after reporting on alleged misconduct by Loreto regional government
Telemaya journalist, camera operator receive death threats in La Entrada
Warrants issued for arrest of five public employees involved in illegitimate detention of journalist Lydia Cacho
Police target and arrest two journalists amid wave of human rights violations against Tibetans
Well-known journalist arrested in Mogadishu
Raid of satellite communications supplier, confiscation of equipment part of campaign to undermine broadcasters, says HRinfo
President of journalists' union brutally assaulted; freelance journalist abducted, whereabouts unknown
Film crew, assistant released from unjustified detention
Four issues of weekly seized, libel actions brought against newspaper
Two men convicted in radio journalist's murder
Weekly closed permanently, three of its journalists fined; another newspaper suspended; ban lifted on two publications
Woman journalist threatened by bodybuilder after revealing anti-doping test results
Two filmmakers abducted, abused and threatened by Santa Cruz landowners opposed to national government
Detained freelance journalist, allegedly facing charges for "malicious damage to property," requires medical attention
Authorities agree to end censorship, following concerted campaign by journalists
Olympics "catastrophic" for journalists, says previously-imprisoned press freedom laureate
Secret police seize copies of six newspapers
Proposed penal code amendments will not protect free speech; Article 301 should be abolished, says Human Rights Watch
Journalists warned of alleged plot by former police commander to attack them over critical coverage
New law overly restricts peaceful expression of dissent, says HRinfo
"You'll be exterminated, one by one," paramilitary tell community radio leader, others, in southern Bolivar
Tamil-language paper denied licence renewal, effectively banned
FMM staff member threatened with abduction; police take no action
Journalist beaten by police, detained briefly, his photographs of forceful police action deleted
Two journalists arrested, one beaten by police
Government raids outspoken gay rights group in pattern of harassment
Court releases two foreign journalists re-arrested for reporting without accreditation, drops charges
Security agent uses excessive force to impede journalists from approaching president
Community radio stations bracing for possible military incursions following irresponsible accusations by President Duarte
IFJ urges Parliament to prioritise law to protect media workers
British journalist Jonathan Clayton fined and deported after spending one week in detention
RSF proposes 10 steps to improve press freedom following tabling of new bill
UN urges Congressional approval of access to information law, calls for other free expression measures
Giant retail company's legal action against newspapers "harassment, pure and simple," says SEAPA
British journalist Jonathan Clayton arrested as political crisis deepens
Journalists of critical radio station in Jutiapa receive death threat
Politician's nephew threatens to kill radio journalist over elections coverage in Janakpur
FMM concerned for press freedom as state institutions, politicians and political parties mistreat media
Armed police raid and shut down privately-owned radio station, arrest journalists and technician
Tribal leader arrested in 2006 killing of cameraman
Tibetan TV producer detained, whereabouts unknown
Annual Report 2008: The Gulf states
Annual Report 2008: Yemen
Annual Report 2008: Syria
Annual Report 2008: Palestine
Annual Report 2008: Libya
Annual Report 2008: Lebanon
Annual Report 2008: Jordan
Annual Report 2008: Israel
Annual Report 2008: Iraq
Annual Report 2008: Iran
Annual Report 2008: Tunisia
Annual Report 2008: Morocco
Annual Report 2008: Egypt
Annual Report 2008: Algeria
Annual Report 2008: Balkans
Two journalists accused of working with opposition harassed
Annual Report 2008: Uzbekistan
Annual Report 2008: Turkmenistan
Annual Report 2008: Tajikistan
Annual Report 2008: Kyrgyzstan
Annual Report 2008: Kazakhstan
Annual Report 2008: United Kingdom
Annual Report 2008: Ukraine
Annual Report 2008: Turkey
Annual Report 2008: Switzerland
Annual Report 2008: Spain
Annual Report 2008: Russia
Annual Report 2008: Poland
Annual Report 2008: Italy
Annual Report 2008: Germany
Annual Report 2008: Georgia
Annual Report 2008: France
Annual Report 2008: Bulgaria
Annual Report 2008: Belgium
Annual Report 2008: Belarus
Annual Report 2008: Azerbaijan
Annual Report 2008: Austria
Reuters cameraman killed, his assistant seriously injured in Gaza Strip by Israeli missile
Media working group presents draft media reform and access to information laws to legislature
Military court convicts 25 members of opposition group in "transparently political verdict", says Human Rights Watch
Annual Report 2008: Vietnam
Annual Report 2008: Thailand
Annual Report 2008: Sri Lanka
Annual Report 2008: Singapore
"Let's open door to dialogue," says IFJ, as safety fears cast shadow over media work
Zacatecas journalist and his family threatened following critical reporting on state governor's top aides
Annual Report 2008: Singapore
Annual Report 2008: Philippines
Annual Report 2008: Pakistan
Annual Report 2008: North Korea
Annual Report 2008: Nepal
Annual Report 2008: Maldives
Annual Report 2008: Malaysia
Annual Report 2008: Laos
Annual Report 2008: Japan
Annual Report 2008: Indonesia
Police raid publishing house, seize copies of novel
Annual Report 2008: India
Annual Report 2008: Fiji Islands
Annual Report 2008: China
Annual Report 2008: Cambodia
Annual Report 2008: Burma
Annual Report 2008: Bangladesh
US military releases AP photographer Bilal Hussein after 735 days in detention
Annual Report 2008: Australia
Annual Report 2008: Afghanistan
"El Universal" journalist threatened by lawyer of recently detained drug cartel hitman over article on his arrest
NUSOJ denounces dismal safety situation for journalists, artists
Inordinate delays in resolution of PRI politician's lawsuit against journalists over book
Activist Hu Jia denied right to appeal prison sentence; wife concerned for his health
Controversial Press Act passes third reading; IPI asks president not to sign it into law
Television station suspended, government advertising in daily resumed in Guyana; Bermudan government denies critical newspaper advertising contracts
CALL FOR CANDIDATES FOR THE BAYEUX-CALVADOS WAR CORRESPONDENTS AWARDS
Authorities target NGOs as attacks on free speech continue
BLOODY WEEK FOR LOCAL JOURNALISTS
PRESS FREEDOM VIOLATIONS SURROUND ELECTIONS, SAYS INTERNATIONAL MISSION
GOVERNMENT TABLES BILL TO REMOVE MEDIA RESTRICTIONS
NEW INTERNET LAW CRIMINALISES DEFAMATION
Withholding election results a violation of the right to know, says ARTICLE 19
AP PHOTOGRAPHER TO BE RELEASED
MEXICAN INVESTIGATIVE REPORTER WINS UNESCO PRESS FREEDOM PRIZE
Bulawayo woman arrested and released on bail; faces charges of practicing journalism without accreditation
NUSOJ RECEIVES DEMOCRACY COURAGE AWARD
Court acquits South African media workers
Police beat four journalists covering protests
Journalist Emadoldin Baghi reincarcerated after heart treatment; human rights activist receives death threats
French Olympic committee capitulates to pressure from IOC and China to prohibit athletes from wearing "For a better world" badge
Accredited journalist arrested, his house searched and materials seized
Grenade attack on home of woman radio journalist
US documentary film crew and local assistant arrested by military, remain in detention
Government urged to protect newspaper editor and her children who have been receiving threats
IFJ concerned about possible funding cuts to Cantonese-language independent radio services, in view of China's severe restrictions on freedom of expression
Journalist shot dead in unstable province of Baluchistan, motive unknown
CERIGUA journalist covering corruption and crime receives threatening phone calls
Journalists assaulted by labour leaders while covering regional strike
Camera operator shot, journalist assaulted, robbed, while covering protest in San Juan Alotenango
British journalist freed after being held hostage in Basra for two months
International Media Mission denounces violations of media freedom during electoral period
Director of women's NGO receives death threats; comedian arrested
Party militants assault, threaten to kill journalists over election coverage in Nuwakot
Provincial journalist detained and expelled from Havana
Two South Africans released on bail, plead not guilty at trial on spurious charges of misrepresenting themselves as accredited journalists
Television journalist threatened with murder by YCL cadres in Parbat district for negative coverage
US photographer arrested, his interpreter still detained; several bloggers harassed
Imprisoned dissident writer Yang Tongyan to receive 2008 PEN/Barbara Goldsmith Freedom to Write Award
Persecuted journalist beaten during interrogation, remains defiant: "they cannot silence me"
Nurse investigated for sedition over critical letter to editor to receive free expression award
IPI condemns ongoing refusal to accredit Taiwanese journalists as "a serious violation of press freedom"
New government initiates moves to sweep away media restrictions
Investigation into editor's murder shut down again
New Internet law threatens free expression
President slams cartoon as "quasi-mafioso message"; FOPEA worried by government participation in media observatory
Newspaper editor's assistant also detained
News magazine director escapes assassination attempt
Journalists assaulted, their equipment destroyed, media vehicles burned during disturbances in Karachi
Sports journalists barred from football game by club owner Congressman José Mallqui following critical coverage
Imprisoned Internet writer and activist Zhu Yufu receives tougher sentence after retrial
AMARC, ARTICLE 19 and RSF condemn murder of two community radio journalists in Oaxaca, urge protection of survivors of attack
One student activist missing, three others abused, at risk of torture, following detentions believed to be for expressing dissent
Radio journalist critical of drug-trafficking seriously wounded, his wife killed, in shooting attack
CEHURDES condemns YCL attack on "Sindhu Prabaha" weekly, threats of future retaliation for coverage
Seven employees placed under house arrest, material seized following police raid on radio station
Political interference suspected in two-hour suspension of two television news channels
IAPA concerned over plans for governmental "media observatory"
Three reporters injured while covering mass protests in capital
Legal proceedings against AP photographer dropped, CPJ urges his release
Annual Report 2008: United States
Annual Report 2008: Venezuela
Annual Report 2008: Uruguay
Annual Report 2008: Peru
Annual Report 2008: Paraguay
Annual Report 2008: Mexico
Annual Report 2008: Haiti
Annual Report 2008: Ecuador
Annual Report 2008: Dominican Republic
Annual Report 2008: Cuba
Annual Report 2008: Colombia
Annual Report 2008: Chile
Annual Report 2008: Central America
Annual Report 2008: Canada
Annual Report 2008: Brazil
Annual Report 2008: Bolivia
Annual Report 2008: Argentina
Annual Report 2008: Zimbabwe
Television cameraman and photographer killed while covering gang conflict
Annual Report 2008: Sudan
Annual Report 2008: Somalia
Annual Report 2008: Rwanda
Annual Report 2008: Nigeria
Annual Report 2008: Niger
Annual Report 2008: Mauritania
Annual Report 2008: The Gambia
Annual Report 2008: Ethiopia
Annual Report 2008: Eritrea
Prosecutors say newspaper editor's murder not linked to his work
Annual Report 2008: Democratic Republic of Congo
Suspect in correspondent's murder acquitted in Tula
Journalist threatened over news coverage
Annual Report 2008: Chad
World Report 2008: United States
Newspaper editor's telephone tapped; police detain reporters for more than four hours
Authorities step up media crackdown as country prepares for elections
Journalist who contested outcome of State Duma elections beaten
Organised crime writer shot and killed in Sofia
Two journalists banned from covering court proceedings
Government blocks YouTube, file-sharing sites to stop viewing of anti-Islam film
EMBATTLED MUGABE RESORTS TO VIOLENCE, INTIMIDATION
RADIO JOURNALIST DIES AFTER ATTACK ON STATION
GOVERNMENT AGREES TO ACCESS TO INFORMATION LAW
35 IFEX MEMBERS AND PARTNERS DEMAND END TO HARASSMENT OF RIGHTS ACTIVISTS
NEW HOPE FOR PRESS FREEDOM WITH ELECTION UPSET
RIGHTS ACTIVISTS SENTENCED TO JAIL AHEAD OF OLYMPICS
COMEDIAN FREED WHILE JOURNALIST'S JAIL SENTENCE UPHELD
CENSORSHIP PERVASIVE IN MONGOLIA, STUDY FINDS
Two female indigenous radio station broadcasters murdered in ambush of crew in Oaxaca
KURT SCHORK AWARDS OPEN FOR ENTRIES
Publisher shot dead; motive uncertain
District tribunal president bans media coverage of proceedings
Court suspends two pro-Kurdish websites indefinitely
Gun attack on Tacuarembó radio journalist's daughter; perpetrators swiftly convicted, imprisoned
Four newspapers suspended by authorities for "failing to publish regularly"
"New York Times" reporter released on bail pending trial for reporting without accreditation
IFJ calls on authorities to end "shameful silence" over journalists killed during Iraq war
Court dismisses air force commander's request to caution editor over articles on corruption case
Four men, including former police chief, convicted of photographer's 2004 murder; mastermind still unidentified
Young Communist League members threaten TV journalist in Manthali, seize newspapers and printing equipment in Chautara
Five years after deadly Palestine Hotel and Al-Jazeera strikes, unanswered questions linger, says CPJ
Government cancels licence of independent weekly
Editor of New York-based South Asian weekly threatened over beauty pageant references, columns by "non-Muslim" writer
Journalists beaten by demonstrators opposing Yanacocha mining company activities in Cajamarca region
Recently assaulted journalist target of dangerous smear campaign; IRFS suspects silencing of newspaper intended
Trial of Syrian human rights activist Mazen Darwish underway
Three journalists beaten by Guatemala City traffic police while covering eviction of street vendors
Chinese authorities put pressure on Nepalese government to prevent pro-Tibet demonstrations
Local free expression group calls for end to restrictive media laws, improved ethical standards and competition among media outlets
One journalist assaulted, another briefly abducted, by Maoists in western region
Newspaper threatened with lawsuit over alleged defamation
Critical journalist arrested without warrant, detained on spurious robbery complaint
ECHR orders compensation for Izmir human rights activist convicted over statement on US military involvement in Afghanistan
Journalist dies of injuries inflicted during violent attack on radio station in Pucarani
Puebla authorities hinder launch of new book by persecuted writer Lydia Cacho
Several more journalists attacked, equipment destroyed by police following demonstration coverage
Kurdish newspaper's editor jailed while awaiting possible trial on charges over articles
Journalist detained briefly, questioned by police for covering arrest of protestors
Journalists receive anonymous death threats over reporting on country's name debate
Journalists assaulted and threatened with murder during disturbances in Sincelejo
Protestors detain, assault and threaten journalists in San Juan Sacatepéquez
Journalist murdered in Assam; motive to be determined
Police raid hotel, arrest "New York Times" reporter and other foreign journalists
Office of frequently harassed opposition newspaper fired upon, pelted with stones
Journalist threatened with death following report about mining threat to forest
World Report 2008: United Arab Emirates
World Report 2008: Syria
World Report 2008: Saudi Arabia
World Report 2008: Tunisia
World Report 2008: Morocco
World Report 2008: Libya
World Report 2008: Lebanon
World Report 2008: Jordan
World Report 2008: Palestine
World Report 2008: Israel
World Report 2008: Iraq
Appeals court upholds journalist Slim Boukhdir's one-year sentence
World Report 2008: Iran
World Report 2008: Egypt
World Report 2008: Bahrain
President Colom signs Chapultepec Declaration; government agrees to pass access to public information law
World Report 2008: Ukraine
World Report 2008: Uzbekistan
World Report 2008: Turkmenistan
World Report 2008: Turkey
World Report 2008: Tajikistan
World Report 2008: Serbia
Dropping of television channel disproves authorities' claim that media would not suffer under Arab region's satellite broadcasting charter, says HRinfo
World Report 2008: Russia
World Report 2008: Kyrgyzstan
World Report 2008: Kazakhstan
World Report 2008: Georgia
Further improvements needed in draft Right to Information Law, says ARTICLE 19
World Report 2008: United Kingdom
Journalist alleges his pending dismissal orchestrated by politician, following threat
Journalists' union leader assaulted, sustains head injuries
World Report 2008: Spain
World Report 2008: Poland
World Report 2008: Netherlands
World Report 2008: Malta
World Report 2008: Italy
World Report 2008: Germany
World Report 2008: France
Protestors destroy radio station's broadcasting equipment in anger over coverage of municipal dispute
World Report 2008: Croatia
World Report 2008: Bosnia-Herzegovina
World Report 2008: Belarus
World Report 2008: Azerbaijan
World Report 2008: Armenia
World Report 2008: Vietnam
World Report 2008: East Timor
World Report 2008: Thailand
World Report 2008:
World Report 2008: Singapore
Police assault reporter, raid TV station, confiscate footage coverage of protest
World Report 2008: Philippines
World Report 2008: Papua New Guinea
World Report 2008: Pakistan
Three satellite television stations' broadcasts blocked by state-run Nilesat satellite, two allegedly at request of US
World Report 2008: North Korea
World Report 2008: Nepal
World Report 2008: Malaysia
World Report 2008: Indonesia
World Report 2008: India
World Report 2008: China
World Report 2008: Cambodia
World Report 2008: Burma
World Report 2008: Bangladesh
World Report 2008: Afghanistan
World Report 2008: Venezuela
World Report 2008: Peru
World Report 2008: Mexico
World Report 2008: Haiti
World Report 2008: Guatemala
Comedian released after two months' imprisonment for imitating President Ben Ali
World Report 2008: Cuba
World Report 2008: Colombia
World Report 2008: Chile
World Report 2008: Brazil
World Report 2008: Argentina
Journalist brutally beaten by police while seeking entry to event
Eight years after journalist Jean Dominique's murder, RSF baffled by failure to render justice
Human rights activist Hu Jia sentenced to three and a half years in prison, one year's denial of political rights
World Report 2008: Zimbabwe
World Report 2008: Uganda
World Report 2008: Sudan
World Report 2008: South Africa
World Report 2008: Somalia
World Report 2008: Sierra Leone
World Report 2008: Rwanda
World Report 2008: Nigeria
World Report 2008: Liberia
World Report 2008: Kenya
World Report 2008: Guinea
World Report 2008: Ethiopia
World Report 2008: Eritrea
World Report 2008: Democratic Republic of Congo
Prosecutor threatens to sue "La Primera" newspaper editor over article on child custody case
Self-regulatory body should replace PEMRA, say media groups following government promise to abolish restrictive media law
World Report 2008: Côte d'Ivoire
World Report 2008: Chad
World Report 2008: Central African Republic
World Report 2008: Angola
Sri Lankan film director assaulted by filmmakers' group in Madurai
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Turkey
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Sudan
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Yemen
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Palestine
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Israel
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Iraq
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Iran
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Tunisia
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Morocco
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Egypt
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Ukraine
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Uzbekistan
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Turkmenistan
Authorities launch new offensive against privately-owned TV stations for broadcasting "anti-Islamic" images
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Tajikistan
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Russia
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Kyrgyzstan
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Kazakhstan
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Georgia
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Belarus
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Azerbaijan
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Thailand
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Sri Lanka
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Philippines
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Pakistan
Attacks on the Press in 2007: India
Attacks on the Press in 2007: China
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Cambodia
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Burma
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Bangladesh
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Afghanistan
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Venezuela
Attacks on the Press in 2007: United States
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Mexico
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Haiti
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Ecuador
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Cuba
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Colombia
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Brazil
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Bolivia
Attacks on the Press in 2007: Argentina
Municipal official threatens journalist in Veracruz over election coverage
Reporters assaulted by MPRF activists in Inaruwa; "Drishti" newspaper editor facing contempt of court charges
Journalist's would-be murderer sentenced to prison
Media union files petition to prevent political interference and intimidation of journalists working with media outlets belonging to government-owned ANCL
Photo-sharing site blocked, YouTube unblocked; RSF condemns threats to Web 2.0
Editor of independent weekly stabbed in Kaliningrad
IFEX MEMBERS CONDEMN UN RESOLUTIONS SUPPORTING LIMITS ON FREE SPEECH
IFJ LAUNCHES CAMPAIGN TO "STOP THE WAR ON JOURNALISTS"
AUTHORITIES CRACK DOWN ON INDEPENDENT JOURNALISTS
ELECTIONS NOT FREE AND FAIR WITHOUT MEDIA FREEDOM
Journalists barred from covering president's opening of Parliament
ATTACKS ON PRESS IN THE AMERICAS ON THE RISE, SAYS IAPA
IMPUNITY IN JOURNALIST MURDERS PERVASIVE IN AMERICAS, SAYS IACHR
STOCKHOLM TO HOST LITERARY HUMAN RIGHTS CONGRESS
GLOBAL INTEGRITY SEEKS EXPERTS FOR 2008 REPORT
Al-Sumariya TV journalist arrested
Newly-elected government to revoke draconian amendments to electronic media ordinance, expand access to information
Journalist released after being detained for a week
Paramilitary death threats against radio journalist in Manaure
Two South African journalists arrested while covering election press conference, charged
Police arrest "Minivan Daily" photographer

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