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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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While some journalists in Cameroon clamor for a freer press, other journalists say they first need to restore the integrity of the profession.
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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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Philippine defenders of free expression are celebrating a 120-day restraining order on the Cybercrime Prevention Act with its vague definition and heavy-handed punishment of online libel.
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After banning free expression for years, Burma is now initiating greater press liberties, and even allowing exiled media agencies to work inside Burma openly.
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TMP has invited 25 journalists from Benin, Burkina Faso, Niger and Togo for this seminar exploring the state of the art in religion reporting in French-speaking Africa.
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Three years have passed, but a pall of gloom still hangs at the grave site of 57 victims in the gruesome Maguindanao massacre, 32 of them Filipino journalists.
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The Chilean state is set to close the country's only publicly owned paper - the 96-year-old La Nación - amid an alarming rise in the concentration of media ownership.
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The killing of Filipino journalists continues with impunity. The latest victim was a radio reporter targeted by a lone gunman on a motorbike.
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Estado de Chile es dueño de casi el 70% del diario que era el único no privado del país que tiene una alta concentración de la propiedad de los medios.
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