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Outstanding journalists fighting for press freedom in Ethiopia, Iran, Russia, and Venezuela were honored on Tuesday evening during the Committee to Protect Journalists’ 20th Annual International Press Freedom Awards benefit dinner.
Quiet diplomacy does not work with Sri Lanka Tissainayagam [TamilNet, Thursday, 18 November 2010, 03:01 GMT] Economic aid should be linked to press freedom in Sri Lanka, veteran Tamil journalist J...Tissainayagam, who was released from government
The National Press Club of the Philippines thanks the Philippine National Police (PNP) for acting on the Club’s report about acts of brutality and suppression of press freedom committed against a radio
By chance, I stumbled upon ALLVOICES in the internet and discovered it can carry the voices of the free like me. I registered on October 30, 2010 and contibuted my first two (2) NEWS stories and another one followed but, unfortunately, I lost my
Sri Lankan, Russian and Gabonese win 'integrity' award Mr Jayantha fled Sri Lanka after he was abducted and assaulted A Sri Lankan journalist, a Russian lawyer and a Gabonese activist have been named as joint winners of a global award for integrity.
A regional journalist association has expressed concern at a recent incident in Greece targeting reporters...October 2010, in the morning, the police appeared to break the lockdown of the Acropolis by protesting short-term contract workers. While
A leading Russian journalist is still in a critical condition after being brutally beaten by two men outside his home. Oleg Kashin’s legs, jaw and fingers were all fractured in the vicious assault, which police are treating as
An Ethiopian journalist has been jailed without charge since September , according to a report by the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) on Friday. The press freedom monitoring and campaign group called upon authorities in Ethiopia's northeastern
More than 30 leading media practitioners from the Pacific Island states of American Samoa, Cook Islands, Fiji, Niue, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea, Tonga and Tuvalu are attending the four-day event in Samoa. Regional organisations
Cairo After a period of relative freedom, journalists in Egypt have become the targets of the harshest government crackdown in years, apparently aimed at silencing critical voices ahead of parliamentary elections next month and a presidential