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Matthew Tostevin Apr 22
Desperately sad, but still so, so strong. Pan Ei Mon and Chit Su Win speak after Myanmar’s Supreme Court rejected the last appeal to free their husbands, jailed reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo. The fight goes on.
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Media Alpha Apr 18
🔴2/3 of the Imprisoned Journalists in the World are in Turkey!🇹🇷 167 journalists are wanted. Only in 2018, 77 journalists were sentenced to more than 400 years prison sentences.
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Matt Roebuck Apr 17
Replying to @SportsMattR
... Meanwhile national press reports a woman misled by a photo of a man,l realised error by reading captions and then told people about this... nothing else happened. If we jail journalists for doing their job this is what we get ...
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James 🕊 Assange has been arrested for journalism Apr 22
Decided to wear my shirts every day until Assange is definitively free from US extradition.
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U.S. Embassy Kabul 18h
Violence and intimidation against is unacceptable. We welcome ’s apology for the assault against director and their commitment to a full investigation. Liberty depends on freedom of the press.
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AmnestySouthernAfrica Apr 23
Amade Abubacar is free after nearly 4 months in prison ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
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UK in Afghanistan Apr 16
is the world's deadliest country for . Media freedom is also under attack across the world. In response the UK has launched a global campaign on defending media freedom.
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Mark Kriedemann Apr 23
"Uhlmann [] said while journalists were the constant butt of social media attacks, the online critics would be rendered speechless if it wasn't for the hard work of political reporters."
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PEN America Apr 23
"Wa Lone, 33, and Kyaw Soe Oo, 29, have spent more than 16 months in detention since they were arrested in December 2017 while working on an investigation into the killing of 10 Rohingya Muslim men and boys."
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Matthew Hutchison Apr 23
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IPI Apr 23
8 journalists in case face imminent return to prison in after appeals court ruling upholding their arbitrary convictions is made official. IPI analysis answers key questions about the case:
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Señor Fuego 14h
Clearly a tweet over which had no influence. Watching his interaction w/ press makes me wonder if he believes "Liberty depends on freedom of the press." Questioning & disagreement ≠ treason.
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Bruno Onurb Apr 23
I'm asking this question again. When are we going to see REAL OUTRAGE from leading media houses about the incarceration of Mahmoud Hussein in an Egyptian jail for apparently doing nothing but his job? .
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@mammal09 Apr 22
Normally an attendee RSVPs to say they're attending. It is a done deal at that point. stepped in as a third party. 😒 This is a travesty!
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Karen L. Alexander Apr 22
Reuters journalists Ko Wa Lone and Ko Kyaw Soe Oo lost their appeal. They were arrested in December 2017 while investigating Rohingya killings by Myanmar military. .
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Rasmus Kleis Nielsen Apr 22
"“Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo did not commit any crime, nor was there any proof that they did,” Reuters Chief Counsel Gail Gove said."
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JamesFoleyFoundation Apr 23
. Editorial writes about the global decline of democracy and freedom of the press after 's Supreme Court confirms unjust prison sentences for two Pulitzer winning reporters, Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo.
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Brian Keith 10h
U.S. criticizes Myanmar court decision on ⁦ ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Umber Khairi Apr 20
“States do tend to want to silence their critics and they hate the journalists who expose uncomfortable truths about their actions”... ⁦ Might against right? | TNS - The News on Sunday
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* * *  🌹 Apr 20
And it's also (not) funny how some exorbitantly overpaid talking heads of the US corporate media are falling over themselves to smear and condemn Assange!
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