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Alexei Venediktov, one of Russia's most prominent journalists, does not go out without a bodyguard and does not answer mobile phone calls for fear of being tracked.
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Media in the Czech and Slovak republics still struggle for freedom, but against a different foe than they expected 25 years after the fall of communism.
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Journalists can safely assume we are targets of surveillance, and we are extremely vulnerable to invasions of our privacy unless we protect ourselves.
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Two of The Media Project's key leaders talk faith and journalism with author and speaker Eric Metaxas.
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Former provincial governor Andal Ampatuan Sr., accused of orchestrating the deaths of 58 people, including 32 Filipino journalists in 2009, has died.
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Data from the National Press Club of the Philippines
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A CNN Philippines cameraman was on his way home after an overnight shift when unidentified gunmen shot him just outside of Manila.
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Melinda Magsino, a reporter who once expressed alarm over the number of journalists murdered in the Philippines, succumbs to violence herself.
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While a decade of UN management has transformed Kosovo's media for the better, the sector has still not found its footing for long-term sustainability.
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Media, and in particular the printed press, have been crucial in forming the democratic Swedish society. But what happens to democracy when national newspapers and national television are fading away?
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