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Food security talks must address Africa's lack of free press

Food security talks must address Africa's lack of free press

05.16.2012
By Mohamed Keita/CPJ Africa Advocacy Coordinator Timely and accurate information about conditions of drought and famine...

UK should help Pakistan tackle media crisis

05. 8.2012
By Bob Dietz/CPJ Asia Program Coordinator Amid political tumult in Islamabad, Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani and a team of...

With Coup, Quiet #Mali Generates Noise On Twitter

03.29.2012
By Mohamed Keita/CPJ Africa Advocacy Coordinator Yesterday, while reporting on breaking news in Mali from studios in Atlanta, CNN Wire...

Corruption A No-Go Zone For South Sudan's Journalists

04. 2.2012
By Tom Rhodes/CPJ East Africa Consultant Last week, South Sudan's ruling party secretary-general, Pagan Amum, won an important...

Defining Who Is A Journalist, Mexican Style

04. 2.2012
By Danny O'Brien/CPJ Internet Advocacy Coordinator This month, the Mexican Senate approved an amendment to the country's constitution...

Four Years On, Wife Calls For Tibetan Filmmaker's Release

03.29.2012
By Madeline Earp/CPJ Senior Asia Research Associate Lhamo Tso has not spoken to her husband Dhondup Wangchen since March 17, 2008....

Amid Sri Lankan Denial, Threats Rise For Journalists

03.26.2012
By Bob Dietz/CPJ Asia Program Coordinator In the wake of the U.N. Human Rights Council resolution calling for an investigation into...

How To Stop Rumors In China: Stop Censorship

03.29.2012
By Madeline Earp/CPJ Senior Asia Research Associate The sacking of Chongqing party leader Bo Xilai has sparked some entertaining gossip...
In Journalist Murders, Brazil, Pakistan, India Fail Crucial Test

In Journalist Murders, Brazil, Pakistan, India Fail Crucial Test

04.16.2012
By Elisabeth Witchel/CPJ Consultant Brazil, Pakistan, and India--three nations with high numbers of unsolved journalist murders--failed...