Alerts - 2010
On 23 June, the Senate president restricted photojournalists' entry to Congress, extending the order to reporters the following day.
Journalists Juan Francisco Rodríguez Ríos, and his wife, María Elvira Hernández Galeana, were killed as they sat in a cyber-café.
The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority plans to monitor certain websites and block links to "blasphemous" and "sacrilegious" content.
The "Awramba Times" has been harassed for its critical coverage of the government.
The charges against Carlos Núñez López stem from a 2005 story about environmental damage in the province of Bocas del Toro.
"The burden is on the Rwandan government to conduct a thorough, transparent investigation and to produce credible results," CPJ said.
CPJ is also alarmed by reports that the Ministry of Information will prosecute Al-Jazeera's office in Kuwait for violating a ban on local coverage of Mohammed Abdulqader al-Jassem's case.
Three cartoon compilations have been banned by the Ministry of Home Affairs.
Batyr Mamatzhanov remains in critical condition after suffering two broken ribs and a head injury.
Writer and poet Dhabiya Khamis published a piece on her blog in September 2009 criticising the Arab League's performance.
Martin del Cid Acevedo received a written message warning him that he would be killed.
"Aaj Kal" newspaper reporter Faiz Muhammad Sasoli had escaped two previous murder attempts.
The editor-in-chief of El Saf website was detained after publishing articles that criticised a local member of parliament.
The leaked document shows that states are pushing for non-commercial online copyright infringement to be punishable by imprisonment.
A new media decree legislates registration of all media outlets with a regime-endorsed "authority" given sweeping powers to protect the national and public interests.
The journalists were covering a press conference at a police training facility that had been taken over by Al-Shabaab.
Activists have organised a number of demonstrations to express anger over an apparent beating death by police of a man in Alexandria.
Armed individuals opened fire on the Televisa Laguna television station's broadcasting facilities in the city of Torreón, leaving behind more than 150 bullet casings.
IAPA condemned a bill stipulating prison sentences for "decision-makers of any news medium that publishes obscene or pornographic material".
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Journalists who have been covering news related to the assassination of a 15-year-old youth by a police officer in Bariloche have been threatened and harassed.