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TMP is bringing together 30 journalists in DR Congo to discuss how to cover that country's struggle with poverty, war, and corruption even as government officials harass and imprison reporters.
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Born in a remote village in eastern Burma, where civil war raged for decades and education was limited, Saw Yan Naing never imagined he would write for a Burmese and international audience.
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For too long many of us have carried on as if we are engaged in a lesser profession. Journalism and other media work are too important for any practitioner to be a mediocre.
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Journalist Nils Horner was tragically murdered in Afghanistan this week by radical Islamist gunmen. Ben Cal, who covered typhoon Yolanda with Horner last year, has this appreciation.
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Another broadcaster was slain gangland style in a brazen daylight attack on May 23 by two unidentified gunmen riding in tandem aboard a motorcycle in southern Philippines.
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We need to start promoting communication as a human right, says Peruvian media advocate Pedro Sanchez. This implies a change in education and our view of the media.
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There seems to be no let-up in the killing of Filipino journalists. The latest victim was a broadcaster and manager of a radio station in the southern Philippines.
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Senators are once again at odds with the Philippine Supreme Court, this time regarding criminal penalties for online libel.
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The Press Union of Liberia President Abdullai Kamara has condemned the arrest and prosecution of Radio host Henry Costa as an act against freedom of speech in Liberia.
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The picture of press freedom in Bangladesh is generally gloomy, although the condition differs from one regime to another.
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