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29 January - 5 February 2014
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SPOTLIGHT  |  Canada
Leaks expose program that subjects Canadian travellers to mass data collection
Canadian Journalists for Free Expression
The Snowden leaks have exposed a program subjecting travellers to surveillance at Canadian airports, heightening privacy concerns.
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A wifi zone in the Edmonton airport
A wifi zone in the Edmonton airport
 
International
Transparency, independent media are vital for global development plan
ARTICLE 19
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Africa | Kenya
Kenyan journalists win court victory against repressive media laws
Freedom House
 
Americas | Uruguay
Six things you need to know about free expression in Uruguay
Canadian Journalists for Free Expression
 
Europe and Central Asia | Russia
Avoiding the Sochi snoopers: Top tips for journalists covering the 2014 Winter Olympics
International Federation of Journalists
 
Middle East and North Africa | United Arab Emirates
United Arab Emirates targets Human Rights Watch after critical report
Index on Censorship
 
 
 
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25 years after Tiananmen ask President Xi Jinping to implement China's constitution

Pro-democracy activist Lui Yuk-lin shouts during a protest calling for the release of Chinese journalist Gao Yu, Hong Kong publisher Yao Wentian and Chinese lawyer Pu Zhiqiang, outside the Chinese liaison office in Hong Kong on 11 May 2014

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Leslie de Freitas, Communications Specialist

IFEX THIS WEEK SECTION EDITORS
Marianna Tzabiras: International, Asia & Pacific; Erin Woycik: Americas; Caro Rolando: Africa, Europe & Central Asia; Hiba Zayadin: Middle East & North Africa
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