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August 1, 2012

Amnesty International says authorities and international community must do more as murder is only the latest in a string of attacks against media workers

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July 24, 2012

A Belarus photographer faces seven years in prison after posting pictures of a pro-free speech stunt involving teddy bears.

Press Release
June 27, 2012

24 government opponents, among them top journalist Eskinder Nega, were convicted on trumped-up terrorism charges, a further chilling example of Ethiopia's criminalization of expression.

Press Release
June 22, 2012

Amnesty International said today Sudanese authorities must end their ruthless crackdown on protests and harassment of journalists.

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