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Uzbek authorities must ensure an impartial investigation into the alleged torture of detained journalist Bobomurod Abdullaev; he and other journalists jailed for peacefully exercising their right to freedom of expression should be freed immediately.
Chadian publisher Djimet Wiché, the publisher of Alwihda Info news website, has been attacked and threatened by police twice in just under a month.
- Turkey: Diplomats must monitor final hearing of journalists Ahmet Altan, Mehmet Altan and Nazli Ilicak
PEN International, ARTICLE 19 and RSF urge the international community in Turkey to monitor the closing hearing in the trial against journalists Ahmet Altan, Mehmet Altan and Nazli Ilicak; a verdict is expected this Friday.
The purpose of the mission was to identify whether President Trump's incendiary rhetoric has direct consequences on journalistic work or could lead to a climate of self-censorship affecting the public's right to information.
A detailed and candid briefing outlining the brutal crackdown on human rights advocates in the DRC was given to the United Nations Security Council Arria Meeting, by Ida Sawyer, the Central Africa Director of Human Rights Watch.
- 'We want the world to know': Activists reporting on occupation face legal threats in Western Sahara
Local journalists and media activists reporting on the occupation and Moroccan abuses face legal obstacles and risk lengthy jail sentences in order to make their voices heard.
On the 39th anniversary of the Iranian revolution, as young men and women protest in the streets, the Islamic Republic of Iran is trying to reinforce its news control both at home and internationally.
Asma Jahangir was a prominent human rights activist and feminist lawyer in Pakistan.
Tep Vanny has been in detention for more than 500 days already for leading a local protest.
Reporter Jean-Claude Nshimirimana was threatened by the Govenor in Eastern Burundi for airing a story on the discontent amongst teachers and principals who were allegedly requested to pay a voluntary tax to fund the general elections to be held in 2020.
Editor Abdoul Latif Diallo suspected the shooting was linked to stories that he had recently written on the alleged involvement of senior members of the police in the murder of the head of the Treasury Department of Guinea.
- Pardon and release of journalist Eskinder Nega overturned after his refusal to sign false confession
Journalist Eskinder Nega's release on 8 February, along with 745 other prisoners being pardoned by Ethiopian President Mulatu Teshome, was overturned when he refused to sign a false confession that he was a member of a "terrorist group". He was returned to his cell.
Antidemocratic leaders share a propensity for using scapegoats to weaken their opponents and break constraints on their own power.
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls for the release of around 15 Saudi journalists and citizen-journalists who have gone "missing" in a wave of arrests that began last September.
Freedom of artistic expression is increasing treated as not simply ‘a nice thing to have’ – but as a fundamental right. Sara Whyatt spoke with Cathal Sheerin about how she became involved in artistic expression, her work on the report, and what inspires her to continue to defend this right.
Dozens of Thai activists have been charged for violating the ban on public assembly.
In what journalists fear could be a taste of things to come, Venezuela's new anti-hate law was enforced for the first time against a news organisation when a newspaper editor was called before government agents for questioning.
The sentencing of the gunman responsible for the 2015 murder of Colombian radio journalist Luis Antonio Peralta Cuéllar and his wife Sofía Quintero is a welcome step toward justice, CPJ said.
The "Newscomer" project's mentorship scheme partners a refugee or foreign journalist with a local journalist in Germany, enabling them to collaborate on stories.
The editor of the independent newspaper Novye Kolsea has been in pre-trial detention since November 2017 on dubious charges of extortion.