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Opposition newspaper reporter threatened with abduction, violence, told to stop criticising government
Journalist Normando Hernández González removed from hospital, returned to prison, held in complete isolation in life-threatening conditions
Criminal charges against former director of media organisation dropped
ARTICLE 19 celebrates judicial decisions recognising access to public information as a fundamental human right
CPJ calls for lifting of media restrictions as more foreign journalists refused entry, deported
Afghan journalist freed after 86 days in detention
Freedom of expression guarantees required for valid run-off election, says ARTICLE 19
Sarare Estéreo community radio station, its journalists and other employees threatened, apparently by paramilitary
Journalist detained briefly
Editor and journalist of "Al-Ayam" newspaper sued by religious leader over article condemning extremism
Photojournalist covering land dispute murdered, motive uncertain
Albanian, Croatian journalists threatened, violently assaulted; Montenegrin publisher, newspaper lose one exorbitant lawsuit, hit by another
IFJ calls for government response to rumours of planned media crackdown
Photographers threatened, their cameras stolen during demonstration
Unity Radio exonerated by media regulatory body after being shut down by information minister
IAPA condemns administration's plan to charge for official information, urges government to restore RCTV status as a broadcast channel
Extension of Aung San Suu Kyi's house arrest, limitations on her free expression "an abdication of international law", says ARTICLE 19
Prosecutor threatens to sue journalist for trying to photograph him
Disappeared political prisoner Jum'a Boufayed released; his brother and others involved in planning 2007 demonstration still detained
Journalist detained for three weeks, reportedly beaten and mistreated
Two senior journalists reprimanded, threatened over campaign protesting abduction of journalist Keith Noyahr
Three foreign media workers reportedly employed by Sky News arrested, equipment seized; police hunting for other journalists
Journalist suspended for three months, programme cancelled over "inappropriate remarks"
Commission formed to implement Right To Information Act
Radio commentator still in prison despite being granted parole, paying bail
Persecuted Tibetan online writer target of cyber-attacks
Government-shuttered company, its owner face continuing harassment over broadcasts of anti-government protests
Pro-government war veterans force locals to remove satellite television receivers from their homes in Matabeleland South
Television journalist hacked to death in Jaffna
Police open fire on individuals protesting assault on journalist, killing at least three
Critical journalist assaulted, injured in his home
Newspaper editor released on parole after nine years in prison on trumped-up charges
Privately-owned broadcaster target of defamation campaign
Junta extends Aung San Suu Kyi's detention; youths pressing for her freedom arrested, their whereabouts unknown
Two journalists assaulted by security guards, allegedly at MP's prompting
SBC journalist detained for 13 hours in Buhodle; Bossasso and Garowe journalists threatened over coverage
LIBEL TOURISM COMES TO LONDON
TWO JOURNALISTS KILLED IN SEPARATE ATTACKS
Newspaper suspended, its editor forbidden to work for other media outlets, for two months
REPORTER SHOT DEAD IN TRIBAL AREA
MURDER APPEAL MARRED BY RIGHTS VIOLATIONS
TAKE ACTION! SAVE A REPORTER ON AFGHANISTAN'S DEATH ROW
JOURNALISM AND DEMOCRACY PROGRAMME FOR MENA JOURNALISTS
LORENZO NATALI PRIZE OPEN FOR ENTRIES
INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISTS WANTED FOR GLOBAL SHINING LIGHT AWARD
Former newspaper editor acquitted of criminal charges for publishing false information
Trial against Kurdish journalist begins, lawyer condemns decision to hold it behind closed doors
Two newspaper editors threatened, one assaulted, in Kailali over coverage critical of Maoist party and its youth wing
Armed men intercept, burn media vehicle carrying newspapers, beat driver and assistant
Newspaper reporter brutally beaten by guards for photographing prison
Newspaper photographer assaulted by municipal police officers while covering anti-corruption protest
Journalists beaten by police to prevent them from reporting on prison shooting
Journalist on death row ill from prison conditions, stress; his appeal further delayed
Newspaper editor receives criminal conviction for "slander" over article critical of official
Third journalist handed criminal libel sentence in a week
Political thugs attack television crew, damage vehicle and camera, severely beat driver
Al-Jazeera cameraman's lawyer speaks about client's ordeal in Guantánamo
Inter-American court urges government to void journalist's 1999 libel conviction, reform defamation laws
Interpreter still detained without charge; fears for his safety
Former academic detained, facing potential "subversion" charges for articles on authorities' earthquake response
Spanish photographer beaten by police in Rabat while covering demonstration
Coahuila first state to classify killing of journalists for their work as comparable to aggravated homicide
Journalist killed in border region after interviewing Taliban spokesman, his footage stolen
Critical defence analyst, newspaper editor threatened, abducted, beaten, released
Two journalists killed in separate incidents
International groups call for terrorism charges against threatened journalist to be dropped
Journalist's car fired upon amid post-electoral tensions
Investigation into assaults on journalist closed without charges being laid
RSF calls for "balance in matters of news and information" in support of Taiwanese journalists
Newspaper editor convicted of practicing journalism without accreditation
JED welcomes acquittal of murdered journalist Serge Maheshe's two friends, deplores unfair trial
Censors interfere with screening of critical film, seize disc
Two Bhutani journalists threatened with death by political activists for covering student demonstration
Weekly suspended, its editorial staff fired over earthquake coverage; government issues propaganda directives to media
Journalist reporting on government scandal receives death threats
Ex-policeman gets 15-year prison sentence for 2006 murder of newspaper photographer Jorge Aguirre
CAPSULE REPORT: "Libel tourism" a growing threat to free speech, say ARTICLE 19 and Freedom House
Dissident writer Zhou Yuanzhi released from detention under heavy restrictions
EFE photographer wounded by police while covering protest in Valparaíso
Three journalists assaulted in separate incidents in Arequipa
Human rights activist arrested after criticising prison conditions; two others imprisoned for supporting demonstration
Special federal prosecutor's office takes on case of two murdered Oaxacan community radio journalists
Armed oil company guards unlawfully detain television journalists documenting ecological damage
Political activists besiege television station in attempt to force broadcast of their leader's statement
IPI disappointed at passing of criminal code reforms extending criminal defamation liability
Freelance reporter held incommunicado
Censorship board prohibits coverage of damage, hunger; local journalists prevented from covering devastated village
Suspended female MP continues to face harassment, threats over outspoken criticism of warlords
Journalist repeatedly harassed by police officer in Neiva, prevented from reporting
Craintes et propositions de RSF sur le projet de loi réglementant la protection du secret des sources des journalistes
Female editor of weekly in Arequipa receives death threat after publishing articles critical of former regional president
Newspaper's supplement on Burma seized by police, paper threatened with suspension
Detained journalists tortured, kept in inhumane conditions
Journalist covering public hearing arbitrarily harassed, briefly detained by police
Fair-trial standards violated in Maheshe murder trial, say human rights groups
Pro-government student group implicated in violations of freedom of expression and other human-rights abuses; Human Rights Watch calls for end to impunity
COUNTRY'S MEDIA CONDEMN JOURNALISTS' ARRESTS
PUBLIC BROADCASTER EMPLOYEES ATTACKED
BILL ON PROTECTING JOURNALISTS' SOURCES DOES NOT GO FAR ENOUGH, SAYS RSF
THREE YEARS ON FROM ANDIJAN, INDEPENDENT PRESS STILL STRANGLED
IRAQI KURDISTAN NO LONGER THE BASTION OF PRESS FREEDOM, CPJ FINDS
POLITICIANS THE MAIN PERPETRATOR OF ATTACKS ON PRESS IN ROMANIA, SAYS REPORT
ENTRIES WANTED FOR BASTIAT PRIZE
TURKISH PUBLISHER WINS IPA'S FREEDOM TO PUBLISH PRIZE
MISA files complaint about delays in issuing licence to radio station, problems related to broadcast laws
Court indefinitely suspends case against suspected masterminds of journalist Marlene Esperat's 2005 murder
FREEDOM HOUSE DELIVERS INTERNET FREEDOM ALERTS TO YOUR INBOX
Journalist begins death penalty appeal
IPI calls on new president to address "increasingly dangerous conditions" for media
Defence ministry denies website's allegations of interference, threatens legal action against FMM
Journalist assaulted by police, briefly detained for covering eviction action in Veracruz
Journalist and editor assaulted in Kathankudi over coverage of provincial elections
Controversial cartoonist detained for two days, may face charges and risk of mob violence
Female journalist stabbed, continues to receive death threats
Newspaper closed indefinitely for allegedly publishing confidential military information
Ailing journalist unable to pay bail, held for more than 10 months
Website alleges defence ministry monitoring and disrupting independent online news services
Journalist assaulted by unknown individuals in Mutare
Newspaper reporter receives threatening calls from government number following critical articles
Radio journalist assaulted, threatened by football player in Cusco
Journalists shoved by police, prevented from covering eviction action in Caracas
Freelance journalist He Yanjie given two-year sentence
Head of state broadcaster fired for defying political orders
Shooting attack on TV reporter in São Paulo suburb, police suspected
Two journalists convicted of criminal defamation
Journalist detained, assaulted by police, continues to fear for his safety
Court revokes ban on weekly but publishing houses reportedly ordered not to print newspaper
Broadcasting bill rolls back press freedom gains
Media organisations concerned over harassment of newspaper and journalists, discriminatory assignment of broadcasting licences
Military source claims US army deliberately targeted Baghdad media hotel in deadly 2003 attack
Court rejects imprisoned journalist's petition, returning case to starting point
SLBS refutes claim Unity Radio station's antenna improperly installed; radio station's closure will limit pre-election free expression, says RSF
Gang members sentenced to 35 years for critical journalist's murder; human rights defender questions failure to investigate motives
Official investigation blames American troops for 2004 death of journalist Ricardo Ortega
ARTICLE 19, AJI and other media freedom groups call for decriminalisation of defamation
Imprisoned human rights defender to receive prestigious award; Human Rights Watch concerned for her health, ill-treatment
Peaceful marches for legalisation of marijuana suppressed, various demonstrators detained over pamphlets, other written material
Government orders closure of radio linked to Shiite leader Moqtada al-Sadr
President's office launches public campaign to discredit media outlets over coverage of farm sector protests
Journalist receives death threats from leader of armed group
Trial begins in 2001 killing of journalist; widow testifies death threats preceded murder
2008 IPA Freedom to Publish Prize awarded to persecuted publisher Ragip Zarakolu
Magazine issue containing critical report on Sonora state governor purchased en masse to prevent public distribution
Two journalists receive death threats from police officers over articles on smuggling
Editor and three others previously arrested over magazine story now out on bail; trial to proceed, charges remain unclear
Appellate court upholds four-year prison sentence for editor in "politically ordered" decision, says IRFS
Pro-democracy musician detained, reportedly very ill following torture, faces possible prison term
Thai journalist sentenced to nine months in prison on terrorism charges
Journalist and writer Michel Kilo begins third year in prison
Independent and opposition media continue to face "unrelenting repression" in shadow of 2005 Andijan massacre, says CPJ
State bank punishes newspaper for critical article by withdrawing official advertising
Media outlets of Future Media network re-open five days after forced closure due to armed attacks
Journalist assaulted in Casma by head of parents' association following critical article
Two Vietnamese journalists under arrest; US colleague under house arrest
Closed-door sessions in inquiry into official's misconduct "may result in suppression of information of fundamental public importance," says FXI
One journalist assaulted by soldiers, another beaten by security guard
Officials interrupt controversial radio interview, seize tape
"Broadcast media under siege," says MISA as government hikes licencing fees, harasses radio station and plans restrictive legislative amendment
Two newspaper journalists threatened by armed municipal official in Alfonso Lista
Museum director charged with "inciting religious hatred" over controversial art exhibition
Offices of corruption-exposing newspaper come under gunfire
YouTube blocked for third time in two months, Google Groups shut down due to defamation allegations by religious leader
PAT TV, Megavisión, Sittel television stations' journalists assaulted, Bolivia Unida station attacked during Santa Cruz autonomy referendum
Three journalists arrested, interrogated by intelligence services in West Bank
Journalist Qi Chonghuai sentenced to four years
Journalist Lydia Cacho receives two international press freedom awards
Television journalists harassed, assaulted by anti-riot police squad members in Medellín
Newspaper editor investigating drug-trafficking detained while on assignment in Guanajuato, beaten by police, faces charges
Authorities tightly controlling information on North Caucasus conflicts, shows ARTICLE 19 report
PRESS FREEDOM A CASUALTY IN LATEST CONFLICT
Politkovskaya's killer identified, charged, sought on an international warrant
CYCLONE'S DEVASTATION AGGRAVATED BY RESTRICTIONS ON INFORMATION
Suffering from heart problems, jailed journalist Emadoldin Baghi hospitalised
VETERAN JOURNALIST KILLED IN CROSSFIRE
AUTHORITIES USE SEDITION ACT TO MUZZLE CRITICS
REPORTER GUNNED DOWN AFTER RECEIVING THREATS
OFFICIAL CALLS FREE EXPRESSION ADVOCATE "ENEMY OF THE STATE" DURING MISSION
CALL FOR RELEASE OF EMBATTLED YEMENI JOURNALIST
INDEX ON CENSORSHIP HONOURS FREE EXPRESSION CHAMPIONS
"My blood will be on their hands," says persecuted journalist as authorities refuse to let him travel outside the country
Web critic facing possible prison sentence, death threats flees country; Turkish barber sentenced to death for "cursing name of God"
Local journalists free to travel but face other restrictions on cyclone coverage
Opposition website blocked for users of government-controlled ISP as country hosts Africa's largest telecommunications conference
Two Al-Jazeera cameramen injured by gunmen, radio station set on fire, two more publications suspend work, pro-free expression protesters harassed
Media outlets harassed; Supreme Court issues order restricting coverage of judges
State TV employee killed; cameraman narrowly escapes death in separate attack
Writer Chen Daojun detained in Chengdu; writer Li Jianhong obliged to agree to never return before being allowed to accept fellowship abroad
AMARC launches "Declaration of Principles for Regulatory Frameworks on Community Radio Broadcasting"
One reporter wounded, two others also assaulted while covering arrest of alleged rapist
"Prensa Libre" newspaper journalist murdered in Coatepeque following threats
AMARC welcomes Maputo Declaration recognising community broadcasting's importance on 2008 World Press Freedom Day
EFJ "shocked" by President Sarkozy's accusation of media bias and censorship of his party
APA news agency correspondent detained, assaulted by police while covering presidential visit to predecessor's grave
Facebook activist beaten, threatened for expressing support for strike; authorities suppressing online advocacy
Health of imprisoned human rights activist deteriorating, IFJ and HKJA submit petition demanding his release
Photojournalist shot and killed while covering armed encounter between security forces and militants
Female radio journalist roughed up, threatened with murder by Nepali Congress Party activists in Surkhet
Presidential decree seeks to stealthily reintroduce greater state control over media, says IRFS
Editor, media lawyer charged, released
Opposition radio station shut down
Une journaliste menacée d'expulsion suite à la demande du maire d'une municipalité québécoise
Legislators delay passage of Freedom of Information Bill
At least three photographers and two reporters injured while covering conflict between Hezbollah and government; other photographers detained by police
Mexico City Televisa crime reporter apparently abducted, now missing for 10 days
SBC broadcasting network director arrested by Puntland regional police
One newspaper, two TV stations, one radio station forced to stop operating following Hezbollah attacks
Blogger released on bail; online writer detained briefly, released on bail; opposition politician faces sedition complaint over comment
Authorities attempt to prevent foreign media from covering elections in Eastern Province
Member of free expression mission called "enemy of the state" by government official; six IFEX members, others protest
Government bans issue of French weekly for publishing article on Kabylie region
Newspaper editor arrested; Reuters photographer held for three days; detained media lawyer hospitalised
Public prosecutor prohibits broadcast of cosmetic surgery exposé, demands television station's files on case
Presidential chief of staff says RSF misrepresents media situation, journalists in jail for criminal activities
"Al Ayyam" reporter, editor face charges over article on alleged corruption in ministry; IFJ backs proposed press law amendment
Spanish journalists denied visas to enter country to cover elections
Newspaper raided, editor interrogated, documents seized following publication of corruption story
The Predators of Press Freedom 2008
University of Witwatersrand students forbidden by administration to peacefully express solidarity with Palestinians
Parliamentarians uphold press freedom in vote on sports white paper, say media groups
European Union: Risks Faced by Journalists
Journalist under house arrest after 20 days in detention, materials seized
Breaking the Shackles the Continuing Fight Against Censorship and Spin
Exile media, undercover reporters keep information flowing despite tight restrictions, shows CPJ report
In the Balance Press freedom in South Asia 2007-2008
Freedom of the Press 2008 Survey Release
Government threatens criminal prosecution of newspaper over articles critical of president
Persecuted "Azadlig" newspaper journalist survives murder and abduction attempts, goes into hiding
Getting Away With Murder: CPJ Impunity Index
Report on the state of media freedom and freedom of expression in southern Africa 2007
OLPEC celebrates World Press Freedom Day against backdrop of worsening free expression situation
ARTICLE 19, CENCOS and IPYS condemn federal police assaults on four journalists in Culiacán
Continuing restrictions on information flow costing thousands of lives in aftermath of cyclone, says ARTICLE 19
Arrest of human rights lawyer on politically-motivated charges raises fear of broader crackdown, says Human Rights Watch
Report to the Midyear Meeting 2008: United States (Puerto Rico)
Report to the Midyear Meeting 2008: Dominican Republic
Report to the Midyear Meeting 2008: Haiti
Report to the Midyear Meeting 2008: Netherlands Antilles
Report to the Midyear Meeting 2008: Aruba
Report to the Midyear Meeting 2008: Panama
Report to the Midyear Meeting 2008: Cuba
Report to the Midyear Meeting 2008: Nicaragua
Report to the Midyear Meeting 2008: Mexico
Report to the Midyear Meeting 2008: Honduras
Report to the Midyear Meeting 2008: Guatemala
Report to the Midyear Meeting 2008: El Salvador
Report to the Midyear Meeting 2008: Costa Rica
Report to the Midyear Meeting 2008: Ecuador
Report to the Midyear Meeting 2008: Colombia
Report to the Midyear Meeting 2008: Chile
Report to the Midyear Meeting 2008: Trinidad and Tobago
Report to the Midyear Meeting 2008: Jamaica
IAPA 2008 Country Report: Caribbean
With 93 journalists killed, 2007 was another deadly year, says IPI report
Report to the Midyear Meeting 2008: United States
Report to the Midyear Meeting 2008: Canada
Report to the Midyear Meeting 2008: Venezuela
Report to the Midyear Meeting 2008: Uruguay
Report to the Midyear Meeting 2008: Peru
Report to the Midyear Meeting 2008: Paraguay
Report to the Midyear Meeting 2008: Brazil
Report to the Midyear Meeting 2008: Bolivia
Report to the Midyear Meeting 2008: Argentina
Reporters assaulted, threatened at gun point by federal police in Culiacán
Blogger jailed, faces sedition charges over article implicating deputy prime minister in 2006 murder
RSF target of attacks in press, Internet
Freelance journalist Frank Chikowore released on bail, still faces charges
Discontinuation of database signifies loss of "system to hold the government accountable," says CJFE
ARTICLE 19 and RSF urge IOC to lift prohibitions against athletes' self-expression at Olympic Games
Al-Jazeera bureau forced to stop broadcasting Maghreb news programme from Rabat
TV agency boss facing charges over food riots, harassed for links with al-Jazeera
On World Press Freedom Day, RSF publishes investigation into violence faced by EU journalists
Persecuted journalist-in-hiding fears for his life, previously received death threats
Police raid newspaper seeking arrest of 15 editors, detain deputy editor for six hours, over critical article
Cuban website founder denied travel permit; Uruguayan journalist threatened; more Bolivian journalists mistreated
New national free expression coalition launched on World Press Freedom Day
Journalist, press owners still detained without charge, need medical attention
Critical freelance writer detained on suspicion of "inciting subversion", his wife under house arrest
CHINA BARS ATTENDEES FROM FREE EXPRESSION CONFERENCE
UPCOMING REFERENDUM A "SHAM", SAY FREE EXPRESSION GROUPS
WOMAN JOURNALIST KILLED IN BOTCHED ABDUCTION ATTEMPT
ARTICLE 301 AMENDMENTS "DON'T GO FAR ENOUGH"
MUSICIANS AT RISK FOR SPEAKING OUT
AL JAZEERA CAMERAMAN FREED FROM GUANTANAMO
FAMOUS BLOGGER RELEASED
JAILED AZERBAIJANI JOURNALISTS WIN HELLMAN/HAMMETT GRANTS
PEN AMERICAN CENTER HONOURS U.S. NURSE, CHINESE DISSIDENT
Journalists expelled from World Press Freedom Day event; RSF concerned about increasing contempt shown by government for certain journalists
IPI National Committee celebrates World Press Freedom Day
On World Press Freedom Day, Thai media organisations urge greater respect for media freedom
Military government urged to issue press visas to foreign media, lift prior censorship in wake of cyclone
Journalist facing "resisting authority" charges for not turning original of videotape over to prosecutor
Three journalists injured, TV station damaged by fire during Santa Cruz autonomy referendum
Taliban leader threatens newspapers that publish "offensive" photos
Press freedom losses outnumber gains two to one in 2007, reports Freedom House
Despite image of freedom, attacks on journalists increasing in Iraqi Kurdistan, says CPJ report
Media coverage of elections marred by self-censorship, political pressure, exclusion of voices and blocking of Internet, finds World Press Freedom Day report
Television journalist escapes assassination attempt, receives death threats
Government may abolish newspaper licencing system, says CPJ
Imprisoned journalist goes on hunger strike to mark World Press Freedom Day
Chiapas-based journalists assaulted in Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Tzimol and Huixtla
Deputy editor removed following publication of editorial about Tibet
Government minister denies he interrupted TV programme, uttered threats
Journalists mistreated in three different incidents in Caracas and Barquisimeto
Magazine issue seized, its editor and others imprisoned
On the occasion of World Press Freedom Day, MFWA urges governments to respect press freedom
Woman journalist shot dead outside her home in Mosul
On World Press Freedom Day, AJI expresses deep concern over violence, legal actions against journalists
Barrancabermeja ex-mayor turns himself in to answer charges of masterminding journalist's murder
FMM outraged by "another vicious attack" on "Sunday Times" editor-defence correspondent by government
Defence secretary calls journalists "traitors," urges ban on independent media
Tenth journalist arrested since general elections
On World Press Freedom Day, APG calls for an end to abuse of journalists
Journalist covering land dispute beaten unconscious by police, detained
RSF issues updated list of "predators of press freedom"
Two community radio journalists detained, assaulted by police while covering student demonstration
Radio station in Monrovia stormed by legislator, others, angered by coverage
Independent, not military investigation needed into tank shelling that killed Reuters cameraman and three others in Gaza, says Human Rights Watch
Journalist Slim Boukhdir held in degrading conditions, denied medical care, starts hunger strike
Situation "urgent" with free media under unprecedented siege, says FMM on World Press Freedom Day
Recently-passed amendments to Article 301 "wholly insufficient," says ARTICLE 19
Despite gains, struggle continues against violence and impunity in press crimes, says IAPA on World Press Freedom Day
On World Press Freedom Day, WiPC calls for release of imprisoned writer Shi Tao
Arrest, deportation of "Fiji Times" publisher aims to silence voices critical of interim government, says PINA
IFJ calls for greater protection of journalists in World Press Freedom Day message
After six years without charges or trial, Al-Jazeera cameraman freed from Guantanamo
On World Press Freedom Day, IPI calls for all governments to reject attempts to limit press freedom
Apparent ban on Pakistani stations lifted; IFJ calls for clarification of broadcasting law
Restrictive media law amendment moves forward in Duma
Fifteen IFEX members and others call on junta to allow free expression of views on referendum
Radio reporter investigating drug-trafficking receives anonymous death threats, flees country
"ABC Color" journalists, editor cleared of defamation accusations stemming from coverage of highway contract irregularities
Military and journalists at IAPA meeting call for closer relations
FOPEA calls for media reform, objects to president's "curt tone" and "indiscriminate criticisms" of press
Three draft media laws advance through legislature; CEMESP urges their approval as World Press Freedom Day approaches
Foreign journalists likely to be barred from covering referendum, says information ministry source
Forty members and partners of IFEX urge authorities to overturn four editors' jail sentences during appeal hearing on World Press Freedom Day
Critical community radio station in Mérida suspects government sabotage behind transmitter damage
Foreign journalists report death threats, continuing interference as Olympics approach
Journalist goes into hiding after being followed and suffering an attempted kidnapping for denouncing alleged corruption by authorities
Sri Lanka: Joint action by IFEX members incites government action
IFJ calls for global solidarity to overcome threats to media
Threatened journalist relinquishes government-sponsored body guards engaging in intelligence activities against her
Lack of free expression, access to information renders referendum process "a sham", says Human Rights Watch

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