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Neha Dixit Sep 18
In the last three weeks, eight journalists slapped with legal cases in Uttar Pradesh. Please know that even when journalists have strong cases, it is also the long, overwhelming judicial process that is also part of the punishment.
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Achim Burkart Sep 19
I held a lecture on - for this I was heavily criticized in todays by the Bishops Council of - unknown to me. So tell me - did I go to far as a ? How do you see my role? I am very interested in your comments!
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Hilary Times. I'm a Joiner. We all are. 35m
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Yet strangely none of the usual voices commenting on travel in the brexit press have pointed out these links Odd eh. Especially when it's black and white in their company reports. no longer exists on the UK where Brexit is concerned.
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Committee to Protect Journalists Sep 12
Journalist & publisher , whose "Najam Sethi Show" was taken off-air amid defamation suits from authorities, spoke to CPJ about the unprecedented challenges facing the press in today. Sethi received CPJ's International Award in 1999.
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mojai 3h
What is ? Nothing of this sort under Chinese rule
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Andrew Wilkie MP Sep 17
What has the Government got to hide? The Australian Parliament must pass legislation to protect media freedom and whistleblowers.
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'Mbassie - Transatlantic News Cat ⏳ One Tiny Mew Sep 12
Fighting for something? Peace? Palestine? Human Rights? The Envronment? ...whatever your goals you won't get far without If you allow US/UK to unlawfully & immorally torture & detain Julian Assange...you are actively aiding your adversaries!
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Erik Schreiber Sep 18
An Ipsos poll found that a majority of people around the world support and do not consider him a . Workers must recognize their own strength and fight for Assange’s freedom, and in general.
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Bring Assange Home Sep 19
And there is an increasingly greater need for worldwide. The Prime Minister of Australia has the power to ensure freedom for Julian Assange. Will he support the legal and human rights of a fellow Australia?
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Esther Lam Sep 17
15 September Admiralty Police shot water canon at press.
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Candy SO Sep 16
is not allowed in Hong Kong?
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IFJ Sep 17
🇳🇵: Nine union leaders and journalists were arrested in Kathmandu during a protest against job losses in Radio Nepal, the government-owned radio. We condemn this deplorable act against and right to association in the country
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Alison Weir Sep 14
Don’t show up. Until they give you the unrestricted ability to do your job, ignore them.
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Brutal truth from an Australian Greens Senator. It’s up to ALL media and journalists with any integrity covering Trump/Morrison meeting to raise the issue of . Again: the world is watching. This mans life is stake. Media freedom at stake.
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The Australian Sep 19
Home Affairs secretary maintains view that leakers should ‘feel the full force of the law’.
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Committee to Protect Journalists Sep 19
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