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Police raid Radio Kalima studios, confiscate equipment; journalist missing
Journalist César Gonzáles assaulted after denouncing irregularities in regional president's administration
La SIP expresa preocupación por reducción de espacios de libertad de expresión
RSF launches petition calling for the release of bloggers Nay Phone Latt and Zarganar
Resolution calls for further action to prosecute former officials who may have been behind journalist Giorgiy Gongadze's killing
Four journalists imprisoned since September 2008 for critical reporting
Authorities step up control of Internet, block access to websites, including RFI and Deutsche Welle
Journalists covering provincial elections harassed in several polling stations
IFJ welcomes ombudsman's decision against European Commission for failure to record all documents in public register
Police officer threatens Omar Mestiri, managing editor of web magazine Kalima, with knife
Nine IFEX members express concern over freedom of expression situation in Guatemala
Blogger Park Dae-sung arrested for posting financial predictions
IFEX-TMG members urgently call on authorities to immediately cease blockade of Radio Kalima, investigate abduction of journalist Dhafer Otay
Press Freedom Round-up 2008
Radio Kalima under siege, journalist Dhafer Otay held and released
Previously pardoned journalist Abdel Karim Al Khaiwani ordered to serve 6-year prison sentence
Government threatens legal action against community radio stations
Office search freezes "Soglasiye I Pravda" newspaper's operations
Court bans "The Post" newspaper from covering former president's corruption case
In the two years since journalist Hrant Dink's murder, nobody has been brought to justice
An Atmosphere of Quiet Repression: Freedom of Religion, Assembly and Expression in Kazakhstan
Freedom in the World 2009 Survey Release
2009 World Report: Obama Should Emphasize Human Rights
Press Freedom, World Review - June-December 2008
For sixth straight year, Iraq deadliest nation for press
SOMALIA: A Precarious and Perilous Place for the Press (2008)
Radio programme journalist Svetlana Lukic's car demolished, Pescanik internet site hacked
IFEX MEMBERS CELEBRATE HISTORIC VICTORY AGAINST IMPUNITY
ISRAEL LIFTS BAN ON FOREIGN JOURNALISTS INTO GAZA
ANOTHER JOURNALIST BEHIND BARS FOR CRIMINAL DEFAMATION
OBAMA PLEDGES OPENNESS AND TRANSPARENCY
INTERNATIONAL MISSION CONDEMNS "CULTURE OF IMPUNITY AND INDIFFERENCE" IN SRI LANKA
DRUG-INFESTED CIUDAD JUÁREZ WORST PLACE IN MEXICO FOR JOURNALISTS, SAYS MISSION
GLOOMY FUTURE FOR PRESS FREEDOM IN SOUTHEAST ASIA, SAYS SEAPA
IPYS INVITES APPLICATIONS FOR BEST CORRUPTION REPORTING IN LATIN AMERICA
Newspaper editor Boussada Ben Ali still detained after court adjourns case
Issue of "The Economist" magazine banned as authorities continue to crackdown on free expression under guise of protecting king
Burying news hurts crisis response, says IPI, while urging World Economic Forum participants to commit to press freedom
ARTICLE 19 calls on the BBC to reconsider decision to refrain from broadcasting Disaster Emergency Committee appeal for Gaza
Al-Quds TV correspondents, Wafa cameraman detained; another al-Quds TV correspondent interrogated
Four police officers arrested for assault on publisher Marc Neil-Jones
Burmese censorship board restricts publication of US President Obama's inaugural speech
Activists imprisoned for writing slogans and posting portraits to commemorate torture victims
Newspaper publisher Rex Gardner deported in latest crackdown on media
Magistrate orders investigation into alleged torture of photojournalist Anderson Shadreck Manyere
Signatories of apology campaign will not be prosecuted
Journalist and writer Griselda Gómez receives threats in Córdoba; journalist Gustavo Heredia threatened while covering trial in San Luis
Broadcasters' premises searched by police; groups concerned about increasing pressure on the press and freedom of expression
Mayor's supporters attempt to assault journalist Cléber Barahona
"Payman" news editor freed after eight days in detention
Grenade thrown at "Correio Popular" headquarters following publication of report about kidnapper; police threaten to arrest journalists to stop them from reporting on traffic accident
Journalist Shantiram Acharya arrested, sentenced to seven and a half years in prison
Jailed editor El Malick Seck again convicted of defaming top Senegalese officials
CEMESP releases annual report on freedom of expression
Government withdraws official advertising contracts from "opposition" newspapers
Judge orders arrest of man who threatened journalists
"L'Action" editor remanded in custody following complaint brought by finance minister
Journalist Aamir Wakil killed in Rawalpindi; Samaa TV studios attacked by protesters; RSF urges government to bring climate of violence under control
Four journalists from state broadcaster RTVGE dismissed for failing to praise regime's "merits"
Mayoral candidate locks journalists in her house to prevent them from reporting on a protest
Columnist Mfomfo Nkambule continues to suffer harassment as result of his criticisms of the king
Photographer Rafael Garanton wounded, other journalists threatened during protest
Journalist Upali Tennakoon victim of murder attempt, several others forced to flee country; news website closes for fear of reprisal
Journalist Horacio Contreras receives death threats after criticising mayor's administration
ARTICLE 19 and Privacy International welcome move to improve public access to government information
Federal judge grants injunction to man accused of killing American journalist Brad Will
Court sentences masterminds behind killing of journalist José Emeterio Rivas
Further delays to issuing of radio licences, short-listed radio stations told to reapply
Environment of fear prompts journalists to go into exile, self-censor or risk violent attack, says RSF/CEPET report
CAPSULE REPORT: Media rights violations registered by GDF's Monitoring Service in 2008, legal claims against journalists and media particularly worrisome
ANHRI concerned over passage of media regulation law
Journalists Sabuhi Mammadli and Ervin Mirza face lawsuit filed by assistant police chief
Blogger Tamer Mabrouk fined for reporting on environmental pollution, working conditions at chemicals company
Youth party leader orders dismissal of radio journalist Gibril Gorttor
Government supporters assault photojournalist Cecilia Rodríguez; political party leader threatens journalist Beatriz Adrián
Unidentified individuals throw teargas canisters into home of TV station manager Marcel Granier
Voronezh magazine editor threatened following publication of article on local politician
Journalist Bismark Bebli attacked at opposition party rally
Court rules in favour of "Times of Swaziland" newspaper in censorship case
"Fiji Times" fined over article, newspaper publisher and editor receive suspended prison sentences
Journalist Nguyen Viet Chien granted early release as part of presidential amnesty marking Lunar New Year
WPFC submits written comments before European Court of Human Rights in the case of Spanish journalist José Luis Gutiérrez
CAPSULE REPORT: SEAPA report examines media reform challenges facing newly-installed PM
CAPSULE REPORT: On eve of constitutional referendum, RSF urges politicians and media to act responsibly
ARTICLE 19 provides submission to inquiry into press standards, libel and privacy laws
Cameraman assaulted, journalist rushed to hospital amid growing concerns over current media environment
Journalist Atiqullah Khan released from prison
Radio Inti Pacha journalist faces charges of "inciting rebellion" after indigenous communities stage nationwide anti-mining protests
World Report 2009: United States
World Report 2009: Yemen
World Report 2009: United Arab Emirates (UAE)
World Report 2009: Tunisia
World Report 2009: Syria
World Report 2009: Saudi Arabia
World Report 2009: Morocco/Western Sahara
Journalist Luis Rivas shot while covering squatters' eviction
World Report 2009: Libya
World Report 2009: Lebanon
World Report 2009: Jordan
World Report 2009: Israel/Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT)
World Report 2009: Iraq
World Report 2009: Iran
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World Report 2009: Spain
World Report 2009: Kosovo
World Report 2009: Serbia
World Report 2009: Russia
World Report 2009: Poland
World Report 2009: The Netherlands
World Report 2009: Malta
World Report 2009: Kyrgyzstan
Television cameras banned from National Assembly plenary sessions
World Report 2009: Kazakhstan
World Report 2009: Italy
World Report 2009: Greece
World Report 2009: Germany
World Report 2009: Georgia
World Report 2009: France
World Report 2009: European Union
World Report 2009: Croatia
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World Report 2009: Malaysia
World Report 2009: Indonesia
World Report 2009: India
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World Report 2009: Bangladesh
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CAPSULE REPORT: Media watchdog slams federal government for lack of media reforms
World Report 2009: Zimbabwe
World Report 2009: Uganda
World Report 2009: Zambia
World Report 2009: Sudan
World Report 2009: South Africa
World Report 2009: Somalia
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World Report 2009 - International
As his health deteriorates, imprisoned activist and journalist Mohammad Sadegh Kaboudvand given award for persecuted writers
Newspaper continuously harassed by President Rafael Correa
COME ONE, COME ALL TO GLOBAL FORUM ON FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION IN OSLO, 1-6 JUNE
DOUBLE MURDER HIGHLIGHTS "CULTURE OF IMPUNITY"
JOURNALIST MURDERED; ANOTHER SURVIVES SHOOTING
IFEX MEMBERS IN U.S. URGE OBAMA TO REAFFIRM LEADERSHIP IN HUMAN RIGHTS
Journalist unfairly held in custody, says RSF
GOVERNMENTS RESORT TO NEW TYPE OF SMEAR CAMPAIGN
GOVERNMENT PASSES REPRESSIVE MEDIA LAW
SOMALI JOURNALIST FREED, TWO FOREIGN REPORTERS STILL BEING HELD
Journalist escapes attack on her home by armed men
International mission condemns "culture of impunity and indifference"
Uncertain future for region's journalists, says SEAPA
Following ceasefire, CPJ urges Israeli government to lift ban and allow international journalists to report on events in Gaza
CIJ calls on authorities to investigate bribery of journalists
Government wants to ban 10,000 websites for contravening lese majeste laws, instead of 400
Murder of human rights lawyer shows that "those who speak out against abuses" put their lives at risk
Double murder reveals culture of impunity and injustice
Judge bans broadcast of report on accident
Broadcaster's bid to fire journalists fails
Newspaper's eviction seen as sign of growing political pressure exerted by government against critical voices in media
Song banned for allegedly criticising ruling party
Radio journalist attacked by unknown group, sustains concussion
Two years after editor's murder, infamous insult law still in force
Court rejects judge's case against ANHRI and two bloggers
Radio station wins case against regulatory body
Police arrest magazine editor facing series of lawsuits for publishing information about corruption allegations
Newspaper publisher attacked
Municipal official threatens journalist for coverage of environmental damage
Journalist assaulted in Kulyab
Orthodox Church notifies television stations and newspaper that they will need approval before filming or photographing monasteries and churches
Would-be Olympics protester sentenced to three years in jail
Court sentences Australian author to three years in prison
Correspondents harassed, assaulted in Sadarak region
Journalist assassinated in Valencia, recently covered drug trafficking cases
Local journalist released by kidnappers while Canadian reporter, Australian photojournalist still in captivity
RSF urges government to make press freedom a priority
Foreign currency billing system, deprivation of right to communicate and free expression
Photojournalist denied bail despite health problems
Government passes repressive media law
Author charged with slander and invasion of privacy for publishing book critical of president
Government offers letter of regret to family of journalist murdered nearly 30 years ago
Yahoo!'s new CEO urged to make defending freedom of expression on the Internet one of the company's priorities
Pressure groups demand access to state media
Political activist and writer Matrook Al-Faleh released from prison
Vandals cut cables supporting radio station's antenna, station unable to broadcast on AM frequency
Television crews come under gunfire in Agdam region
Terrorism charges laid against left-wing investigative journalist after he reports on individuals with alleged links to the FARC
Journalist detained, police destroy photos
Four Palestinian journalists killed since the start of military operations in Gaza
Journalist survives assassination attempt in Portuguesa state
Building housing news organisations hit by Israeli missiles
Blogger arrested after posting opinions, announcing his conversion to Christianity
Minister calls for ban on websites
Academic charged with "insulting the monarchy" in book on military coup
Minister sues activist for slander
OUTSPOKEN EDITOR PREDICTED HIS ASSASSINATION
WOMEN JOURNALISTS TARGETED IN TERAI
JOURNALISTS KILLED IN GAZA; FOREIGN REPORTERS STILL BANNED
KIDNAPPED AND TORTURED JOURNALIST, ACTIVIST REMANDED IN CUSTODY
FREEDOM RETREATS FOR THIRD YEAR RUNNING, SAYS FREEDOM HOUSE
RADIO JOURNALISTS MOST TARGETED MEDIA GROUP IN PERU, SAYS IPYS
HONDURAS BREACHES OWN ACCESS TO INFORMATION LAW, SAYS C-LIBRE
CJFE ANNOUNCES FELLOWSHIP FOR LATIN AMERICAN JOURNALISTS
Detained editor-in-chief goes on hunger strike
Israeli prosecutors charge two Palestinian journalists for broadcasting information subject to military censorship
Cameraman detained briefly, his film destroyed
Mayor burns copies of newspaper, detains vendor
Al Jazeera bureau chief assaulted by police while covering demonstration
Egyptian rights organisations outraged over publication of advertisement "defaming the name and reputation" of Tunisian activist
Tunisia excels in the high art of lowdown slander
Court rescinds semi-release for journalist's convicted killer
Journalist dies in hospital after being shot in the head with rubber bullets
Two journalists released provisionally, still face trial on "propaganda" charges
Photographer detained for six hours for taking pictures of fire
Four people arrested in connection with journalist's murder; another female journalist receives death threats
Molotov cocktails thrown at Oaxaca newspaper editor's home
Freedom retreats in much of the world in 2008, says Freedom House annual report
Newspaper columnist harassed, apologises to King
One journalist released, a second transferred to prison despite medical concerns
Activist prevented from speaking at mosque after criticising ruling elite
Sports journalist assaulted by police officer
Journalist and women's rights activist brutally murdered
Israeli military bombs building housing news organisations
Journalist assaulted, receives death threat in Quilmes
Newspaper team threatened in Bahia, prevented from leaving area where they were covering a story
Tortured, kidnapped journalist remanded in custody
Parliament enacts new law on NGOs, Human Rights Watch concerned over restrictions on freedom of expression and association
AMARC concerned over proposed broadcasting legislation in Canary Islands that excludes community radio stations
Journalist sentenced to three years imprisonment for "spreading false news"
Two Israeli channels, BBC permitted brief access to Gaza strip; IFJ denounces "cynical attempt to ensure that media tell the story from the Israeli side only"
Radio journalists the most frequent target of aggression, says IPYS report
Two newspaper editors fired as government stifles dissent and criticism
Opposition magazine editor sentenced to six years in prison for "subverting state authority"
Security guards assault television news reporter
Newspaper editor released after serving 10-month sentence for "insulting the head of state"
Investigation reveals irregularities in the granting of broadcasting frequencies
Editor faces five years in prison for "revealing information on state security"
Publisher ordered to pay fine instead of going to jail for "defaming and belittling the state"
Government imposes steep new fees on foreign media
Outspoken newspaper editor shot dead in Colombo
Human Rights Watch releases report on freedom of expression in Kurdish areas, urges end to repression
Government blocks thousands of websites that "insult the monarchy", plans to block hundreds more
Editor taken from hospital by government agents, held incommunicado
Belgian prosecutors dismiss complaint brought by European Anti-Fraud Office against journalist
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: Palestine
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: Lebanon
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: Iraq
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: Iran
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: Egypt
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: Middle East and North Africa Regional Overview
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: United Kingdom
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: Turkey
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: Russia
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: Romania
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: Kazakhstan
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: Belarus
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: Azerbaijan
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: Africa Regional Overview
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: Europe and Central Asia Regional Overview
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: South Korea
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: Pakistan
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: Malaysia
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: Indonesia
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: India
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: China
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: Australia
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: Asia Regional Overview
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: Mexico
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: Honduras
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: Cuba
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: Brazil
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: Argentina
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: Americas Regional Overview
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: Zambia
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: Uganda
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: South Africa
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: Rwanda
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: Kenya
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: Ghana
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: Republic of Congo (Congo-Brazzaville)
Journalist injured during protest, camera confiscated, broken
TV network studios target of grenade attack
SPEAKING OUT FOR FREE EXPRESSION 1987-2007 AND BEYOND: Democratic Republic of Congo
Columnist censored, threatened after criticizing the king
Another of journalist's convicted murderers gets partial release
DOZENS OF JOURNALISTS KILLED FOR THEIR WORK IN 2008
IFEX MEMBERS SLAM ISRAEL OVER MEDIA VIOLATIONS
ATTACKS ESCALATE ON PROMINENT HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDER
SOLDIER GUNS DOWN JOURNALIST; NUSOJ REPORT DETAILS VIOLENCE
PRESIDENT SIGNS CONTROVERSIAL MEDIA BILL
IFEX MEMBERS APPEAL TO PARLIAMENT TO REFORM MEDIA LAWS
GOVERNMENT BANS FOREIGN NEWS FROM FM RADIO
CRITIC OF MUGABE WINS INAUGURAL ART PRIZE
Unidentified individuals buy up copies of newspaper to prevent public from learning about fuel trafficking allegations
Cameraman dies as result of air strike while filming in Gaza
Iraq, India and Mexico most dangerous places for journalists in 2008, says IFJ
Two journalists detained for reporting on embezzlement charges against the president
CAPSULE REPORT: Better figures in 2008 mask a hostile climate for journalists, more Internet repression, says RSF
Newspaper forced to remove article critical of president
Journalist and newspaper win in lawsuits brought against them by Universal Church
Newspaper correspondent's home destroyed by blast in Swat Valley
Press Scrutiny Board censors magazine cover design, forces media outlets to publish propaganda
2008 a year of contrasts for the press and freedom of expression, says IAPA president
CPJ report shows worldwide total of work-related deaths of journalists is down
Reporter detained, media targeted by military forces
Journalists driven out of press conference
Palestinian news media targeted by Israel in Gaza
Journalists facing treason charges need medical attention before legal proceedings, say lawyers
Plusieurs journalistes victimes d'attaques et intimidations par les autorités alors qu'ils couvraient des manifestations
TV and radio station target of arson attack causing extensive damage
Two journalists held by authorities on defamation charges
Journalist critically injured following shots by US military
Journalist survives attempt on his life following attack by unidentified gunmen
Two journalists kidnapped in Somalia released
CAPSULE REPORT: Life and livelihood of journalists in danger, says NUSOJ Annual Report
Senate approves modifications to Press Law
Journalist Slim Boukhdhir faces new harassment, intimidation by authorities
CPJ renews its call for the immediate release of jailed journalists
IPYS files complaint against judge who sentenced journalist
Journalist attacked, threatened with death
CAPSULE REPORT: 2008 not a bright year for press freedom, says AJI
Journalist's request for release from prison rejected
Globovisión station target of teargas attack by radical group
Censorship, self-censorship greatest threats to press freedom in 2008, says JED
Journalist jailed for libel released from prison
IRFS condemns decision to cease FM broadcasts of foreign radio stations, calls for decision to be reversed
President ratifies "reactionary and repressive" media law
Two radio journalists assaulted by political party supporters, another by police officer
Three journalists receive death threats, several others attacked, harassed by political party supporters
Newspaper offices stormed by armed men, staff told to be prepared for "extreme consequences"
Radio reporter gunned down by member of pro-government militia
Journalists face criminal lawsuit brought against them by politician
Reporter receives death threats, flees region, IACHR intercedes in case
The Media Institute takes action against the Kenya Communications Act 2008

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