IFEX Daily Digest for 23 July 2012



20 July 2012 | Mexico

Nuevo Día journalist gets death threats in Sonora

Hiram González Machi said that in previous break-ins the criminals had stolen valuable items. This time, however, nothing was taken; the only evidence was damage to his property and the threat "Reporter, you're going to die."




Africa
Compiled by Diane Partenio


23 July 2012 | Liberia

Liberian president signs Table Mountain declaration

The declaration identifies criminal defamation and 'insult' laws as among the most severe obstacles to the future of the independent press in Africa.
23 July 2012 | Mali

Government urged to guarantee safety of journalists in wake of post-coup violence

ARTICLE 19 is concerned over a spate of assaults on and threats against journalists and is calling on the authorities to take immediate action to protect them.


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