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Frontier Post staffer released from prison

Munawar Moshin Ali, letters page editor of the English-language daily Frontier Post, has been released from prison in Peshawar after the High (...)

Published on 22 November 2004 Read

Burma

Renowned journalist Win Tin set for release

Journalist and opposition leader Win Tin is about to be freed after 15 years in jail. His name was on a 19 November list of prisoners due for (...)

Published on 19 November 2004 Read

Philippines

A police officer arrested for the murder of a radio presenter

Police officer Apolonio Medrano has been arrested for the murder last July of presenter Roger Mariano of local DZJC radio in the northern (...)

Published on 19 November 2004 Read

Philippines

Killings, a murder attempt and death threats: A black week for press freedom

Reporters Without Borders has expressed outrage at the murder of a photographer and a radio boss, a murder attempt against a TV presenter and (...)

Published on 17 November 2004 Read

Australia

Reporters Without Borders condemns serious threat to investigative journalism

Reporters Without Borders has condemned police methods after a raid on the newspaper National Indigenous Times and seizure of six official (...)

Published on 16 November 2004 Read

Pakistan

Four journalists arrested, one radio station closed

Reporters Without Borders is concerned at a wave of arrests of journalists and closure of one of Pakistan’s few privately-run radio stations. The (...)

Published on 15 November 2004 Read

Philippines

Press photographer gunned down by lone sniper on Jolo island

Reporters Without Borders today condemned the fatal shooting of news photographer Gene Boyd Lumawag by a lone sniper yesterday while on (...)

Published on 13 November 2004 Read

China

Cyber-dissident He Depu begins third year in prison

Reporters Without Borders today deplored the continued imprisonment of Chinese cyber-dissident He Depu, arrested at his Beijing home two years (...)

Published on 4 November 2004 Read

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