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Malaysia: Drop criminal charges against human rights defender, lawyer Siti Kasim
Turning up the heat on Europe's despots
Statement of Solidarity in Support of MENA HRDs for IFEX25
Media freedom in free fall 20 years after Hong Kong returned to China
Three Burmese journalists arrested for alleged links to a rebel group
Council of Europe encourages its member states to recognise "a right to whistleblowing"
Nobel Laureate Liu Xiaobo must be granted medical care
How the Tax Disclosure Project holds politicians to account
Student leader Satchivi Foly detained by gendarmes in Togo
Canadian press remains defenceless
Citizen-journalists increasingly hounded by Iran
Charges against blogger Nguyen Ngoc Nhu Quynh must be dropped
German parliament backs RSF initiative
Imprisoned dissident dies in custody in Uzbekistan
Tanzania imposes 2-year publishing ban on privately-owned "Mawio" newspaper
Yet again, Angola charges Rafael Marques de Morais
Denial of free expression remains "systematically entrenched" in Eritrea
What happened at IFEX at 25?
Pakistan: Media personnel beaten to prevent coverage of student protest
Burma's courts must not help military to persecute journalists
Pakistan government's alleged leaking of citizens' private data is unacceptable
Mosul blast kills French and Kurdish journalists, injures others
Moroccan website director held in solitary confinement pending trial
UN Secretary-General fails to speak up for rights in Central Asia
Several Palestinian news websites blocked in the West Bank
After campaigning on internet freedom, Iranian president's ICT minister boasts of internet censorship
Turkey: ARTICLE 19 submits expert opinion in Altan brothers' trial
Vietnam: End attacks on activists and bloggers
Pakistani journalist murdered in Haripur
Rwanda requires candidates to have online messages approved
Anti-corruption protests declared "illegal", hundreds arrested
'Socialist values" shut down Chinese websites
DRC: Ten years after murder of Radio Okapi journalist Serge Maheshe, impunity reigns
Pakistan: Car rams into journalist who covers religious minorities
Kyrgyzstan censors leading news agency Ferghana
Turkish court convicts ISIS member of Syrian journalist's murder in 2015
NGOs demand release of journalists held by Huthi forces in Yemen
Qatar's crisis is about freedom of expression
UN expert David Kaye calls on Internet access providers to respect free expression
Arrests, attacks & censorship: Free expression violations in West Africa triple in first quarter of 2017
The world is watching - Bahrain must release Nabeel Rajab
Côte d'Ivoire withdraws controversial media bill following MFWA petition
Royal Media group journalist Emmanuel Namisi threatened, assaulted in Kenya
Dear UN: Without your support, Nabeel will remain behind bars
Indian journalists demand press freedom protection after state agents raid broadcaster offices
Unkown assailants attack journalist in Nepal
IFEX-ALC alarmed by widespread attacks in Venezuela
Journalist and editor arrested for defamation in Burma
Charles Otu, reporter for "The Guardian Nigeria", attacked by armed thugs
Comprehensive media reform initiative kicks off in The Gambia
Azerbaijan crackdown on media becomes dramatically more brutal
Is the internet a "safe place" for women journalists?
Saudi Arabia: 14 protesters facing execution after unfair trials
Bahrain suspends independent news outlet "Al-Wasat", further restricting press freedom
Foreign and Moroccan journalists must be free to cover Rif protests
Jordan revokes "Al-Jazeera" license amid Qatar tensions
Georgia must act on illegal abduction of Afgan Mukhtarli
Venezuelan court fines news website US$500,000 for 'moral damage' to politician
Ethiopia: Third Internet shutdown follows imprisonment of two human rights activists
Diego Gómez: In the thick of the copyright fight
May, a month marked by threats and attacks on freedom of expression in the Americas
Kyrgyz journalist Ulugbek Babakulov receives death threats
"Horseed Media" editor Mohamed Adan Dirir held without charge in Somaliland
Uganda bans film for "glorifying homosexuality"
Emboldened regimes: Crushing Middle East dissent
Asia & Pacific in three minutes
The ghost of elections past
Victory in Timor
Karima Bennoune: More than just competing extremisms
Two media workers killed, 13 others wounded in Kabul blast
Abducted journalist to face prosecution in Azerbaijan

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