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Committee to Protect Journalists
The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) is an independent, nonprofit organization that promotes worldwide. Contact: info@cpj.org
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Angela Quintal 3h
: A judge in today, Tuesday, ruled that journalists & can be released on bail. They still have to stand trial. thanks -Moz & all organizations for the solidarity. Now to ensure charges are withdrawn!
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Angela Quintal 2h
Now to ensure charges are actually dropped and that can continue with his journalism without fear of reprisal. The fact that he had to endure detention without trial for 106 days before getting bail is unconscionable. He should not be facing trial at all!
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Committee to Protect Journalists 9h
"Myanmar authorities have committed a grave injustice to Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo and their families, and criminalized independent journalism." 's Shawn Crispin
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Committee to Protect Journalists 2h
CPJ calls on Turkish authorities to not take eight former employees from the daily Cumhuriyet into custody until the Supreme Court has heard their colleagues' appeal.
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Committee to Protect Journalists 4h
: reminds us that the murder of remains unsolved.
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Committee to Protect Journalists 9h
"Myanmar authorities have committed a grave injustice to Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo and their families, and criminalized independent journalism." 's Shawn Crispin
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Committee to Protect Journalists 9h
Supreme Court in today rejects appeal of jailed journalists Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo
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PR Team at Reuters 9h
On April 23, Myanmar’s Supreme Court in Naypyidaw rejected imprisoned Reuters journalists Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo's appeal and confirmed their conviction. Reuters Chief Counsel Gail Gove issued the following statement.
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Matthew Tostevin 10h
Myanmar’s Supreme Court rejected the appeal to free reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo. Terrible news, but we will not lose hope.
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William Mallard 13h
Supreme Court rules today, days after colleagues won a Pulitzer & lost the chance to be pardoned for reporting on a massacre of people. They’ve been in jail for more than 16 months for doing their jobs.
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Matthew Tostevin Apr 22
The eyes of the world will be on Myanmar’s Supreme Court on Tuesday. It has the chance to free Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe, jailed for seven years over their reporting, and to show that journalism is not a crime in Myanmar.
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Committee to Protect Journalists 12h
Peruvian authorities should immediately take action to ensure the safety of journalists at news website , and officials should refrain from making inflammatory statements blaming the outlet for the suicide last week of former President .
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Committee to Protect Journalists 14h
Replying to @IDL_R
In July 2018, CPJ reported that police and officials from the public prosecutor's office went to the Lima offices of to demand that it hand over materials used in the news website's coverage of alleged government corruption.
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Committee to Protect Journalists 14h
Replying to @pressfreedom
has been investigating cases of corruption in Peru in connection to Operation Car Wash, a trans-national corruption scandal centered on the Brazilian construction firm .
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Committee to Protect Journalists 14h
"While the Peruvian political world is in mourning, vilifying reporters like for doing vital investigative journalism is not an appropriate response to 's death." '
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Committee to Protect Journalists 14h
Replying to @IDL_R
Multiple political figures in Peru, including a former minister & a sitting member of Congress, publicly named Gustavo Gorriti, director of , as one of the people responsible for former President 's death in TV interviews and social media posts last week.
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Committee to Protect Journalists 14h
In , journalist Gustavo Gorriti, other media blamed for ex-president's suicide
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Committee to Protect Journalists 17h
On , we highlight journalists attacked worldwide for covering environmental issues. In , awardee Mother Mushroom was detained in 2016 for exposing official land-grabbing and environmental degradation. She was released 2 years later.
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Committee to Protect Journalists 14h
Read more of the story: Turkey can jail Cumhuriyet staff 'at any minute,' lawyers say Photo: Lawyers and former employees of Cumhuriyet, pictured at a press conference in Monday. (CPJ/) CC:
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IPI Apr 19
8 journalists in trial, incl IPI Board Member , to be sent back to prison in 2 weeks. Deprivation of liberty after arbitrary convictions is severe violation of ECHR & Turkish constitution. IPI network stands in solidarity.
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