Human Rights Documents Online

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10 Most Censored Countries

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Albanian media legislation threatens to restrict online news outlets

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Algeria sentences cartoonist Benabdelhamid Amine to 3 months in prison

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At least 3 Hong Kong journalists denied entry to Macao to cover Xi visit

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British Virgin Islands law to impose fines, jail terms for online defamation

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Call for Inputs: The safety of journalists and the issue of impunity

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China blocks access to nearly a quarter of foreign news sites it has accredited

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China, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Egypt are world’s worst jailers of journalists

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Number of journalists killed falls sharply as reprisal murders hit record low

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Pakistani journalist sentenced to five years in prison under anti-terrorism laws

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Police in Pakistan’s Sindh province arrest Daily Jurat reporter Ajeeb Lakho

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Radi, a letter to the journalist

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Rise in Attacks on Media Must Not Become New Normal, Secretary-General Tells Geneva Correspondents’ Association, Urging Bold Action to Defend Free Press

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UN Khashoggi Report a Call for Action

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Venezuelan intelligence services raid, shutter news outlets Venepress and Telecaribe

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“We journalists have taken sides”

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When Journalists Cannot Work in Safety, World Faces Prospect of Confusion, Disinformation, Says SecretaryGeneral, Marking International Day

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