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21 February 2014
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SPOTLIGHT  |  United Kingdom
U.K. Court of Appeal rules David Miranda's detention was lawful
International Federation of Journalists
The International Federation of Journalists and the National Union of Journalists condemn a judgement by the U.K. Court of Appeal that it was lawful for police to seize material from David Miranda at Heathrow airport last August.
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Africa | Somalia
Radio journalist in critical condition following attack on Somalia's presidential palace
National Union of Somali Journalists
Americas | Honduras
Designado presidencial en Honduras arremete contra medios opositores
Comité por la Libre Expresión
Asia and Pacific | Cambodia
Cambodia urged to free 6 randomly arrested during unrest
Human Rights Watch
Asia and Pacific | Malaysia
Publishing "still a privilege" in Malaysia, as newspaper licence revoked
Southeast Asian Press Alliance
Asia and Pacific | Thailand
Five journalists injured in Thailand bombings
International Federation of Journalists
Europe and Central Asia | Ukraine
Violence against journalists in Ukraine demands international engagement
ARTICLE 19, Reporters Without Borders, World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers, International Federation of Journalists
Middle East and North Africa | Egypt
High price of dissent in Egypt
Human Rights Watch
Middle East and North Africa | Syria
Rights defenders in Syria continue to be targeted because of their work
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