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Alllforbts Aug 6
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Jess Lim Aug 9
UPDATE: I've been told the police have declared on TV that Shahidul has "admitted" to his crimes. Awaiting result of 2pm hearing of appeal division. Rahnuma Ahmed with others now at high court. Hearing from government lawyers is going on.
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Tasneem Khalil Nov 15
Shahidul Alam granted bail by HC bench of Justices Awal and Bhishmadev
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Andrew Garton Aug 8
One of the bravest men I've known arrested... Let us not lose hope nor lose momentum of this important campaign. Freeing Shahidul is about protecting our fundamental right to online and elsewhere
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Amnesty UK Oct 3
Photographer Shahidul Alam faces 14 years locked up – all for speaking out against the Bangladesh government in an interview 🗣. Stop this crackdown on free speech. Help us now 📣
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Amnesty UK Sep 18
Shahidul Alam faces 14 years in a Bangladeshi prison just for speaking out against the government in an interview. authorities are using a draconian law to silence their opponents. Help us now 👇
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Amnesty UK Sep 25
Police stole the CCTV footage of his arrest. At a court hearing he was unable to walk. We're seriously concerned for Shahidul's well-being. Find out more and demand his release.
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Photo Kathmandu Aug 6
We demand Shahidul Alam is immediately released if detained solely for exercising his right to freedom of expression; ensure he is not ill-treated while in detention; and has access to his family, lawyer and doctor. @skchowdhury88
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PEN International Sep 7
'Shahidul Alam was exercising rights which are part of the Bangladeshi constitution. But Bangladesh didn't want witnesses, which is why Shahidul was taken away. It's our job to keep talking and demanding he is free.' calls to Alam:
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Momith Hossain Aug 6
Shahidul Alam's only crime was to give an interview on about what's happening in Bangladesh. Now he's sitting in jail. Where is the rest of the world?
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Poppy McPherson Nov 15
Iconic shot of Bangladeshi photojournalist and rights activist Shahidul Alam, shared by the campaign. He finally got bail today after more than 100 days in prison, accused of spreading propaganda. He was arrested after posting on Facebook about protests in Dhaka.
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OSF Education Aug 22
Fear of arrests and investigations of online activities has led many Bangladeshi students to go quiet on social media. … via photographer, educationist, and thinker yet to be released
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Tasneem Khalil Oct 25
81 days — a man was abducted from his home; tortured overnight at the DB headquarters; put in prison on bogus charges; smeared through social media; denied bail again and again; now being denied a hearing. Shahidul still in prison for the crime of journalism.
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Tasneem Khalil Nov 13
The prisoner is the freest man in an unfree society — all the power to the prisoner of conscience Shahidul Alam​​ on the hundredth day of his imprisonment ✊
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Shehab Uddin Nov 20
Photographer Shahidul Alam walked out of jail | The Daily Star.
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Freemuse Nov 15
After 102 days Shahidul Alam has been granted bail! Here is Barrister Sara Hossain's statement on his release.
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Anna Pivovarchuk Aug 20
I want to publicly thank my MP for taking the case of photographer, activist and contributor Shahidul Alam, who has been detained in Dhaka, Bangladesh, since August 5, seriously and raising concerns with the UK government.
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VII Nov 15
"A High Court has granted bail to acclaimed photographer Shahidul Alam in a case filed under the controversial ICT Act."
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RSF_Asia-Pacific Sep 18
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Bente S. Rundborg Sep 27
Shahidul Alam faces 14 years locked up in just for speaking out against the government in a media interview. Join me and to help now:
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