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On Feb. 15, The Media Project is bringing together in Dhaka, Bangladesh, leading local mainstream journalists under the banner “Key Challenges to Media Freedom."
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Tuesday, October 29, 2013, will go down in Sierra Leone media history as a day that gave and took away.
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A Jordanian journalist kidnapped by Abu Sayyaf rebels in the Philippines was freed unharmed on December 4 after a year and a half in captivity.
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The jailed publisher of FrontPageAfrica, who had been on a hunger strike since his imprisonment in August, 2013, has been granted a "compassionate release."
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The Philippines is now one of the most dangerous places in the world for journalists to live.
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The Media Project's South Asia conference underscored that reporting religion is multi-dimensional and should go beyond reporting of mere facts.
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30 media professionals will meet in Buenos Aires, Argentina, to discuss the rise of Protestants, the decline of Catholicism, and the role of media in Latin America.
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“A free and independent press is the best thermometer of the exercise of democracy and guarantor of the protection of human rights,” says the Burundian journalist Anaclet Hakizimana.
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Online publications have been tested in Tanzania following the ban on two dailies' news operations.
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Blogs and social networks provide some of the best and most reliable information about events in Burkina Faso despite government censorship.
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