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Sixteen journalists from 14 countries in Africa, Asia, North and South America have just concluded TMP's second advanced workshop in newsroom coaching and leadership.
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The celebrated Maguindanao massacre trial resumes with a 58th victim added to the death toll and 78 suspects pleading not guilty. Thirty-three journalists died in the coldblooded attack.
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Sixteen journalists from around the world are making their way to Florida this month to begin their official training in the 2013 Coaching and Leadership Fellowship.
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Rwanda's annual 100 Days of Grief recalls the genocide of 1994, in which one million people were murdered, and some Christian churches became scenes of horror.
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A close presidential aide in Sierra Leone has threatened that the government will soon start imprisoning journalists for libel under the country’s 1965 Public Order Act.
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Liberia's head of presidential security used Press Freedom Day to warn journalists that he would go after anyone whose reporting "intrudes on" presidential security.
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Fourteen victims' families consider financial settlement with current suspects, and plan to shift blame for Maguindanao massacre to a provincial governor and husband of one of the victims.
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There seems to be no stop to media killings in the Philippines as another Filipino broadcaster was murdered in broad daylight on 22 April.
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Deep-rooted racism, religious tensions, and intermittent civil war are major challenges to the process of reform Burma has carried out over the last year.
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A number of journalists who cover Burma were warned by Google that they have been targeted by unknown hackers.
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