1. Journalist Azimjon Askarov Faces Life in Prison Despite U.N. Call for Freedom

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    A court in Kyrgyzstan has condemned investigative reporter Azimjon Askarov to life in prison, upholding an earlier sentence despite widespread calls for the journalist to be released. Askarov has…

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    • Christiane Amanpour: 2016 Burton Benjamin Memorial Award Acceptance Speech

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      Christiane Amanpour, chief international correspondent and anchor at CNN, received CPJ's Burton Benjamin Memorial Award for extraordinary and sustained achievement in the cause of press freedom…

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      • Syria: the Deadliest Nation for Journalists in 2016

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        Syria was the deadliest nation in the world for journalists in 2016, with at least 14 journalists killed as the conflict in that country raged on. CPJ Middle East & North Africa Senior Research…

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        • Ranking the Deadliest Countries for Journalists in 2016

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          At least 48 journalists were killed around the world in relation to their work between January 1 and December 15, 2016, the Committee to Protect Journalists found in its annual analysis. Syria, with…

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          • Breakdown: Journalists Killed in 2016

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            The number of journalists killed in the line of duty is on track to decline in 2016 from recent record levels as fewer journalists were targeted for murder and war became the deadliest beat, the Committee…

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            • Turkey: A Prison for Journalists

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              In 2016, Turkey became the world's leading jailer of journalists, imprisoning at least 81 reporters, editors, and producers and shutting down dozens of news outlets. The state of press freedom…

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              • Photojournalism Today - From the warzone to the World Press Photo

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                Livestream 2016-12-04 - Video on demand: De Balie TV + De Balie Vimeo. How much risk does a photographer take to bring news consumers a ‘truthful’ image of reality? How can we…

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                • Zu Gast bei n-ost: Péter Magyary

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                  • Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson responds to question about confiscation of Syrian journalist Zaina Erhaim's passport

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                    Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has responded to a question from Alistair Carmichael MP about the confiscation of Syrian journalist Zaina Erhaim's passport by the UK Home Office at the request…

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                    • Speakers' Corner: DON'T GAG THE PRESS

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                      Whereas 'A SUNDAY IN PARADISE' (2003) and 'STARSKY AND HUTCH GET ANGRY' (2004) both began as limited-edition DVDs, ‘DON’T GAG THE PRESS' (2012) was the first edit…

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