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Controversial trials of Somaliland journalists delayed
By  • 28 April 2016
The controversial trials of three journalists in a breakaway province of Somalia have been postponed amid criticism of recent legal action by authorities against the press, the press freedom group Reporters Without Borders said. At…
Project Exile: Reporter leaves Gambia after torture in jail
By  • 21 April 2016
"The men continued to use heavy sticks to hit me. At some point, they also placed a plastic bag over my head and I felt like I was going to suffocate." Alhagie Jobe had a…
French station barred from reporting on Chad vote
By  • 19 April 2016
French station TV5 Monde has been banned from filming in the central African nation of Chad after journalists from the station had their camera confiscated and footage deleted by Chadian police April 10, the same day…
British debate divorcing Europe
By  • 15 April 2016
Immigration, economy weigh on debate Should the British choose to leave the European Union after a June 23 referendum, the effects could be far-reaching. If the United Kingdom does vote to leave, the British government will have…
Shabab press officer sentenced in deaths of 6 Somali journalists
By  • 7 March 2016
A Somali military court has sentenced a former journalist turned media officer for a radical Islamist militant group to death for his role in the deaths of at least five Somali journalists. Hassan Hanafi, 30, a popular…
China bars ailing journalist from travel
By , • 9 February 2016
A veteran Chinese journalist who was released from jail in November has been denied permission to leave China for medical reasons despite previously suffering a heart attack. Gao Yu, 71, has been effectively barred from…
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