The reasons for the burglary remain unknown, but many suspect that it is because of the work the newspaper outlet.
The News Media Law introduces some guarantees for media freedom, such as the prohibition of censorship and the recognition of specific rights of "media workers". However, ARTICLE 19 remains seriously concerned with shortcomings in the law.
The lack of transparency, combined with the absence of a comprehensive law governing freedom of information, means that Cambodians are unable to fully participate in the political life of their country, and legislators are free to pass laws that are unfavorable to the general public with only weak resistance.
Octavio Rojas Hernández was a correspondent for the newspaper El Buen Tono
in the town of Cosolapa, Oaxaca. He reported mainly on police matters.
Simone Camilli and Ali Shehda Abu Afash were killed in the northern town of Beit Lahiya today when an unexploded missile blew up.
Three still unidentified men shot Ritchie Manapol, one of the three witnesses in the 2010 murder of journalist Nestor Bedolido in Davao City, Philippines.
Detectives with Azerbaijan's Prosecutor General's Office raided the IRFS premises on 8 August 2014, the local press reported. A journalist who was at the raid told the Committee to Protect Journalists that the detectives confiscated some of their equipment, including computers.
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Vietnamese authorities are using so-called "opinion shapers" to send an onslaught of abuse reports to Facebook, which has then led to the taking down of Facebook pages of well-known Vietnamese activists and human rights organizations.
Journalist Leyla Yildizhan was covering an attack on the camp by the Islamic State’s Jihadi fighters when she was fatally injured in the chest by shrapnel from an exploding mortar shell.
Luis Carlos Cervantes was murdered on 12 August 2014 in Bajo Cauca, Antioquia. Cervantes had been receiving death threats since 2010, and had filed at least five reports with the national prosecutor general.
It appears the government is attempting to manipulate allegations of Australian citizens' involvement in terrorist activities overseas, to justify a much broader and more intrusive domestic surveillance regime. It's a cynical move, and one that the Australian public should not stand for.
Henry Karmo was beaten and arrested while photographing a protest against the imposition of a state of emergency that was declared by the government as an attempt to tackle Ebola.
Supporters of presidential candidate Ashraf Ghani-Ahmadzai assaulted two cameramen working for Khurshid and Rahe Farda television channels. The incident occurred during the vote audit at the Independent Election Commission (IEC) head office in Kabul on Sunday 9 August 2014.
A new set of rules in China requires all IMS users to provide their real name to register an account and sign agreements with service providers to abide "Seven Bottom Lines". Effectively, this means users will have to abide by laws and regulations, which uphold the socialist system and national interests among other things. The rules further restrain people's right to use the public platform to post pieces of news reports.
French journalists Thomas Dandois and Valentine Bourrat have been detained in the Indonesian province of Papua (on the island of New Guinea) since 6 August. Officially, they are being held for violating immigration regulations but the police say they are suspected of promoting instability.
A radio station in a Thai border town that provided news and information for Burmese migrants has ceased broadcasting because of a decision by Thailand's ruling junta to shut down independent community broadcasters.
A month after Buchelli was found murdered in his home in the northwestern province of Pacasmayo, the investigation has ground to a halt despite the arrests of two suspects and earlier references by the police to several leads, including a possible connection to the victim’s journalism.
In a report based on a year-long investigation, Human Rights Watch documents the way Egyptian forces methodically opened fire on crowds of demonstrators opposed to the military's 3 July 2013 ouster of Mohamed Morsy.
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The National Union of Somali Journalists welcomes the arrest of former journalist and Al-Shabaab senior member Hassan Hanafi Haji in Nairobi, Kenya. Hanafi Haji has threatened many journalists to death and is strongly suspected to be the mastermind behind journalists’ killings.