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Google urged to react after Chinese authorities block Google News

Reporters Without Borders today condemned the action of the Chinese authorities in blocking access to Google’s news website, Google News, for the (...)

Published on 29 November 2004 Read

Philippines

Hit man guns down photojournalist

A hit man gunned down photojournalist Allan Dizon in the central city of Cebu on 27 November, bringing to 12 the number of journalists murdered (...)

Published on 29 November 2004 Read

Laos

ASEAN Summit - Foreign press urged to expose lack of free expression in Laos and plight of jailed local guides

Two Australian journalists - a reporter for the AAP press agency and a reporter from the daily The Australian Financial Review - were briefly (...)

Published on 26 November 2004 Read

Nepal

Maoists kidnap a third journalist, seven others assaulted in two weeks

Reporters Without Borders (Reporters sans frontières) strongly condemned abuses inflicted on journalists in Nepal caught between rebels and (...)

Published on 25 November 2004 Read

North Korea

Ban on websites deplored but protest by North called hypocrisy

Reporters Without Borders criticised South Korea today for blocking access to about 30 North Korean propaganda websites and appealed for the (...)

Published on 25 November 2004 Read

Burma

Win Tin and 12 other journalists still in prison despite anticipated release

Authorities confirm that Win Tin is to be freed The military junta’s deputy foreign minister, Kyaw Thu, told the news agency Reuters today that (...)

Published on 25 November 2004 Read

Philippines

Podeba murder suspect turns himself in

Leonides Alcantara, a suspect in the killing of radio presenter Apolinario "Polly" Podeba, surrendered to the authorities in the city of Bansud, (...)

Published on 25 November 2004 Read

China

Journalist and dissident Liu Jingsheng about to be released

China is reportedly about to release dissident and founder of underground magazine Tansuo (Investigation) Liu Jingsheng, jailed since 28 May (...)

Published on 24 November 2004 Read

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