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Universal Periodic Review – international community must remind Turkey of its pledges

Download the Reporters Without Borders contribution (June 2014) The Turkish authorities have steadily abandoned the undertakings they gave four (...)

Published on 26 January 2015 Read


Prime Minister - journalism is not a threat to national security

Government Communication Headquarters (GCHQ) clearly has a strange view of journalism. “Journalists and reporters representing all types of news (...)

Published on 21 January 2015 Read


Five media that have lost many journalists to violence

Al-Iraqiya: collateral victim of the Iraq war (Iraq) With 14 journalists killed from March 2003 to August 2010, the Iraqi national TV station (...)

Published on 20 January 2015 Read


Dangerous comments by pope on freedom of expression

During an inflight news conference while on his way to the Philippines, the pope said: “One cannot provoke, one cannot insult other people’s (...)

Published on 19 January 2015 Read


These media are under constant threat

They include Uthayan in Sri Lanka, Express TV in Pakistan, Radio Shabelle in Somalia, Dosh in Russia and Radio Progreso in Honduras. They and (...)

Published on 16 January 2015 Read


Violence against media and censorship increase after Charlie massacre

Türkçe / Read in Turkish For the most part, the international media covered the Charlie Hebdo massacre and expressed solidarity, but negative (...)

Published on 15 January 2015 Read

US Chapter

James Risen will not be forced to name his sources

Update - 19th December 2014 James Risen will not be forced to name his sources, a US court decided on 16 December. He will however be required (...)

Published on 19 December 2014 Read

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