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Ahmed Abd al-Khaleq is one of a group of activists who had been jailed from April to November 2011 for peacefully advocating democratic reforms.
Compiled by Diane Partenio
A panel of judges sentenced Abdulsemed Mohammed to three and half years in prison but said he could go free owing to time already served.
Five other journalists were sentenced in absentia on terrorism charges and were given sentences ranging from 15 years to life imprisonment.
Join the call for the release of Ethiopian journalist and blogger Eskinder Nega who was sentenced to 18 years in prison on 13 July 2012 on bogus terrorism charges.
correspondent Sidiq Asemota believes he was arrested in connection with a story about the sentencing of two Gambian nationals for white collar crimes.
Compiled by Erin Woycik
Selvin Martínez said a man opened fire on him while he was driving his motorcycle, taking his wife and daughter to a school in Presa Vieja.
Asia and Pacific
Compiled by Vera Top and Marianna Tzabiras
Mithilesh Yadav was threatened by a police constable over a news report about ongoing criminal activities such as beatings, abductions and explosions in Lahan.
The former governor is one of the accused persons in the Ampatuan multiple murder case.
Middle East and North Africa
Compiled by Khadija Mahi
Help free Bahraini human rights defender Nabeel Rajab, President of IFEX's member in Bahrain, sentenced to three months in prison on 9 July. Sign a petition or write a letter calling for his freedom.
Mohamed Gharib was sentenced to three years' imprisonment while seven other activists were given six months each.
In separate incidents, at least three journalists have been imprisoned over the last month.
"What we are witnessing today in Khuzestan province is state-sanctioned killing that . . . is aimed at silencing voices that are critical of the government's policies in the region," Human Rights Watch said.
Omar Al-Ghantawi, 19, was killed by a sniper while filming the shelling of the districts of Jobar and Al-Sultaniyeh in Homs on 21 June.