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Media trio killed in missile attack
Independent On Saturday

Syria conflict: Journalists killed in missile attack

A missile hit their vehicle while they travelled to Sheikh Miskeen in Deraa province, Orient News told the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) . The channel said it believed they were directly targeted by government forces. More than 70 ... Angola Press, 1 week ago
Media trio killed in missile attack Independent On Saturday, 1 week ago

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Deutsche Welle

Court Rules That Criminal Defam...

Cape Town — The Committee to Protect Journalists welcomes the decision by the Pretoria High Court in South Africa to uphold journalist Cecil Motsepe's appeal against a conviction of criminal defamation, but disapproves of the court's ruling that ...
 AllAfrica.com2 weeks ago Court Upholds Appeal Against Criminal...  AllAfrica.com2 weeks ago What role for freedom of expression in development? weeks ago Rwanda: Censorship or Self-Censorship?  AllAfrica.com1 week ago

Rwanda: Do Not Blame Govt for Press Censorship, Blame Our Stomachs

The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), a self-appointed media freedoms watchdog, this week, published its annual report on the state of the media in Rwanda, and as I have come to expect, they shrilly voiced an opinion that I could not agree ...
 AllAfrica.com1 week ago Free media still a myth in Kigali, says report  East African1 week ago Do Not Blame Govt for Press Censorship, Blame Our Stomachs [opinion]  Individual.com1 week ago
Charter 97

Committee to Protect Journalists calls to stop blocking Charter and release Alesin

11:20, — Freedom of speech The international human rights organisation has appealed to the Belarusian authorities. The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) released a statement that reports about new repression against independent ...
 Charter 971 week ago Journalists and human rights activists want KGB to tell about arrest of Alesin  Charter 972 weeks ago
Media Bistro

CPJ Condemns Murder of Luke Somers

The Committee to Protect Journalists is calling for all journalists to rally to continue the work of our fallen colleagues, following the murder of American freelance photojournalist Luke Somers in Yemen. Somers and fellow hostage Pierre Korkie ...
 Media Bistro2 weeks ago CPJ Calls for Release of U.S. Journalist Held in Yemen  Common Dreams2 weeks ago Competition for journalists: Compact for Growth and Jobs  European Commission Delegation to BiH2 weeks ago
Radio New Zealand

Australian Senate Committee Release Report On Detention Centers

Government failed in its duty to protect asylum seekers By Benjamin Kuman PORT MORESBY, Papua New Guinea (PNG Post-Courier, Dec. 12, 2014) An Australian senate committee report released yesterday on the Manus asylum seekers riots in ...
 Pacific Islands Report1 week ago Manus violence 'eminently foreseeable', says report  Radio New Zealand1 week ago Manus riots foreseeable  The New Daily1 week ago Reza Barati death: Senate committee report says violence at Manus Island was 'eminently foreseeable'  ABC Online1 week ago

Will Olympic Committee's New Rules Influence Antigay Host Countries?

The International Olympic Committee voted in favor of 40 new rules, including one that protects people against discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. Will that help LGB athletes? IOC president Thomas Bach The International ...
 Advocate.com1 week ago IOC Adopts Proposal to Include Sexual Orientation in Olympic Charter's Non-discrimination Principle  Human Rights First2 weeks ago
Press Gazette

Police must stop using surveillance laws to spy on press

Using surveillance laws to spy on journalists is "wrong" and "must cease", Home Affairs Select Committee chairman Keith Vaz said. His comments come after it emerged officers used the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (Ripa) to seize newspaper ...
 ITV.com2 weeks ago Home Affairs committee tells police: 'Stop using RIPA to access journalists' phone records'  Press Gazette2 weeks ago Ministers slam police over abuse of controversial anti-terror laws to spy on journalists' phone records  Capital Bay2 weeks ago Surveillance law allows police to act in an unacceptable way, say MPs  ACQ Magazine2 weeks ago

Chatham Rock consent decision due in January

Dec. 12 (BusinessDesk) - The Environmental Protection Agency's decision-making committee considering the consent for would-be phosphate miner Chatham Rock Phosphate has closed its hearing, and is expected to make a ruling on the project next month. ...
 Scoop1 week ago

EU commission bans public scrutiny on US data talks

BRUSSELS - The European Commission is imposing gag orders on MEPs and preventing journalists access to discussions at the parliament's civil liberties committee. A commission-imposed clampdown occurs whenever an official is requested to speak ...
 EUobserver1 week ago
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