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Who'd be a scribe? India is Asia's deadliest country for journalists, says RSF report

Dec 29, 2015

Who'd be a scribe? India is Asia's deadliest country for journalists, says RSF report

A total of 110 journalists were killed around the world in 2015, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has said, with nine being killed in India. #India #didyouknow #journalists #Reporters Without Borders #Shareworthy
China media crackdown: Journalist 'confesses' to publishing a report that 'negatively affected the market'

Aug 31, 2015

China media crackdown: Journalist 'confesses' to publishing a report that 'negatively affected the market'

China's main state broadcaster on Monday paraded a financial journalist "confessing" to causing the stock market "great losses" as authorities seek to rein in a rout on the exchanges. #China #NewsTracker #Xinhua #Reporters Without Borders #China Market Crash #caijing #Wang Xiaolu
Infographic: Freedom of press in India is worse than Afganistan

Jul 24, 2015

Infographic: Freedom of press in India is worse than Afganistan

When it comes to freedom of Press, India ranks 136 out of 180 countries, a poor record which needs to be rectified. #India #Journalism #Finland #Reporters Without Borders #World Press Freedom Index #Eritrea #Infographic #Shareworthy
France: Lawmakers approve controversial surveillance bill

May 05, 2015

France: Lawmakers approve controversial surveillance bill

France's lower house of Parliament has approved a bill aimed at legalizing broad surveillance of terrorism suspects that has drawn an outcry from advocates of civil liberties. #World #Terrorism #France #NewsTracker #Reporters Without Borders
Second blogger hacked to death by axe weilding assailants in Bangladesh, police nab 2

Mar 31, 2015

Second blogger hacked to death by axe weilding assailants in Bangladesh, police nab 2

A blogger was hacked to death by assailants using machetes in the Bangladesh capital Dhaka on Monday, #Dhaka #Reporters Without Borders #blogger #Dhaka university #Avijit Roy #hacked to death
White House asked to help bring home missing journalist held in Syria

Feb 06, 2015

White House asked to help bring home missing journalist held in Syria

Parents of a missing journalist detained in Syria and the press freedom group Reporters Without Borders are calling on the White House to help bring the journalist home safely. #US #Syria #NewsTracker #journalist #Reporters Without Borders #Hostage
Growing threat to press freedom: 66 journalists murdered in Syria in 2014

Dec 17, 2014

Growing threat to press freedom: 66 journalists murdered in Syria in 2014

The deadliest country for journalists in 2014 was Syria, where 15 were killed, followed by the Palestinian territories, especially Gaza, then eastern Ukraine, Iraq and Libya. #Syria #NewsTracker #Journalism #Iraq #journalists #Gaza #Reporters Without Borders #islamic-state #James Foley #Steven Sotloff #reporters #Beheadings #Conflict Reporting #War Zones
Myanmar: Journalists sentenced to 10 years for reporting on chemical weapons

Jul 10, 2014

Myanmar: Journalists sentenced to 10 years for reporting on chemical weapons

The article alleged that the country's military was operating a chemical weapons factory in the town of Pauk in Magway, under the instructions of former strongman junta chief Than Shwe. #NewsTracker #Myanmar #journalists #Human Rights Watch #Reporters Without Borders #Than Shwe #Chemical weapons #Press Freedom #Journalists jailed #Myanmar's Military Junta #Unity Weekly #Official Secrets
Reporters' group wants attack on journalists to be war crime

Dec 14, 2013

Reporters' group wants attack on journalists to be war crime

The global group Reporters Without Borders is proposing that attacks on journalists be considered war crimes by the International Criminal Court. #Media #United Nations #journalists #Reporters Without Borders #attacks on journalists