“The government was not happy to see that independent journalists wanted to raise their voices and support journalists in prison or simply defend our rights.” [caption id="attachment_7980" align="alignleft" width="300"] Betre Yacob (Courtesy)[/caption] In a country…
Repression is legacy of 25-year rule In a country with no independent media, the airwaves are dominated by upbeat government propaganda. So when Uzbekistan's state media announced the former Soviet republic's first and only president…
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Global Journalist covers press freedom, human rights and international affairs. The weekly, half-hour discussion is produced by faculty and students of the Missouri School of Journalism and Mid-Missouri Public Radio featured interviews with international journalists, diplomats, activists and others.