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03/09/2015
Asia-Pacific, PHILIPPINES
The Philippines remains one of the most dangerous countries in the world for members of the media who are regularly targeted with impunity
02/09/2015
S and C Asia, AZERBAIJAN
Investigative journalist, Khadija Ismayilova, sentenced to seven and a half years in prison on corruption charges in controversial case
02/09/2015
S and C Asia, BANGLADESH
The government of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has come under fire for not doing enough to protect atheist and rationalist writers.
01/09/2015
S and C Asia, AZERBAIJAN
Supporters of Azerbaijani journalist believe her trial is merely an attempt to muzzle a critical independent voice and control the media
01/09/2015
Europe, TURKEY
Turkey has been experiencing a media crackdown under the leadership of Erdogan with newspapers being shut down and TV stations going off air.
01/09/2015
Asia-Pacific, THAILAND
Media and rights groups have widely condemned the trial, describing it as an attack on press freedom
01/09/2015
Europe, TURKEY
Two British journalists and their translator charged with supporting a terrorist group after filming clashes in Turkey
31/08/2015
Asia-Pacific, CHINA
According to reports, journalist Wang Xiaolu confessed to causing major losses to China and investors through spreading false information

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