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02.01.2017

Northeast appears safe for scribes

Northeast appears  safe for scribes

By Nava Thakuria* Northeastern part of India, which often receives media headlines for relentless troubles and violent incidents, has completed one more year with no journo-casualty. For record, the region has not reported any murder of scribes in the last there consecutive years, even though numerous cases of… »

22.04.2016

2016 World Press Freedom Index

2016 World Press Freedom Index

Reporters Without Borders 2016 World Press Freedom Index 1Finland8.59 2Netherlands8.76 3Norway8.79 4Denmark8.89 5New Zealand10.01 6… »

27.12.2013

Bahrain: NurPhoto’s photographers arrested in possession of a weapon called camera

Bahrain: NurPhoto’s photographers arrested in possession of a weapon called camera

NurPhoto’s photojournalist Ahmed Al-Fardan,  was arrested in the morning of December 26, 2013 by Bahrain police. The photojournalist was inside his house when Bahrain Special Security has broke into his home. The police confiscated computers and photographic equipment.   The government of Bahrain over the past few years has violently… »

21.09.2013

Investigative Journalist gagged in US

Investigative Journalist gagged in US

[divide][clear] Reporters Without Borders is deeply troubled by a recent gag order placed on American investigative journalist Barrett Brown and his defense team, as he faces prosecution for charges related to his work. Brown, 32, who has written for The Guardian, Huffington Post and Vanity Fair, was investigating links between the government and the private intelligence industry… »

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