15 October 2012
IFEX

Draw attention to impunity: IFEX launches editorial cartoon contest
 
Daily Digest
SPOTLIGHT Tunisia
Tunisia's Constitution will not criminalise blasphemy
Reporters Without Borders
An announcement stating that Tunisia's constitution will not contain any clause criminalising blasphemy has been hailed by Reporters Without Borders as a step forward for freedom of information in Tunisia. (read more)
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Africa Compiled by Caro Rolando
Somalia
IFEX members call on new Somali government to protect journalists


Americas Compiled by Erin Woycik
Caribbean
Caribbean governments urged to repeal criminal defamation laws
International Press Institute

Ecuador
Ecuador limits use of phrases about attempted coup
Fundación Andina para la Observación y el Estudio de Medios
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Venezuela
Obstrucciones a la prensa venezolana persistieron durante elecciones
Instituto Prensa y Sociedad de Venezuela


Asia and Pacific Compiled by Marianna Tzabiras
China
Video depicts Chinese Nobel laureate's wife under house arrest
Reporters Without Borders
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Nepal
Nepalese politician threatens journalist over news report
Freedom Forum


Europe and Central Asia Compiled by Diane Partenio
Russia
Masked men attack gay-friendly club in Russia
Human Rights Watch

Russia
Independent Russian television channel may be forced to stop broadcasting
International Press Institute

Slovakia / Europe and Central Asia
Members of parliament in Slovakia challenge data retention law
Electronic Frontier Foundation

 
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