28 August 2013
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SPOTLIGHT  |  Syria
Jihadist groups increasingly responsible for journalists' arrests, abductions in Syria
Reporters Without Borders
News providers are being assailed on all sides in Syria, not only by the army but also by the opposition, which is increasingly responsible for abuses against both Syrian and foreign journalists.
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International
Facebook transparency report: Welcomed, but growing concern over value
Privacy International
 
Africa | Nigeria
Nigerian state parliament summons publisher, activists over article
Media Rights Agenda
 
Americas | Argentina
Argentinian Supreme Court hears arguments on media ownership
Inter American Press Association
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Americas | Canada
Cyber-Safety Act could undermine free expression in Canadian province
PEN Canada
 
Americas | Peru
Regional leader's guards attack two journalists covering court case in Peru
Instituto Prensa y Sociedad
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Asia and Pacific | Burma
Burma's draft associations law would hinder freedom of speech, permit excessive control over civil society
Human Rights Watch
 
Asia and Pacific | Pakistan
Pakistani court seeks to impose restrictions on live TV coverage, journalists oppose curbs on media
Pakistan Press Foundation
 
Asia and Pacific | Pakistan
Pakistani journalists thrashed by political party activists
Pakistan Press Foundation
 
Europe and Central Asia | Russia
Snowden, Pussy Riot, and anti-gay 'propaganda': Discussing free expression in Russia
Cathal Sheerin
 
Middle East and North Africa | Iran
Jailed Iranian blogger and his mother on hunger strike
Reporters Without Borders
 
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