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2 - 9 April 2014
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SPOTLIGHT  |  Rwanda / International
Reporting on the genocide in Rwanda: Too little, too late
International Press Institute
How Western media coverage failed Rwanda and contributed to international indifference and inaction.
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Photographs of people killed during the genocide on display at the Kigali Genocide Memorial Museum, 5 April 2014.
Photographs of people killed during the genocide on display at the Kigali Genocide Memorial Museum, 5 April 2014.
 
Americas | Colombia
Colombian government surveillance ignoring history and human rights
Electronic Frontier Foundation
 
Asia and Pacific | Pakistan
Pakistan's Express News under attack again as journalist threatened, bureau chief's home targeted
Pakistan Press Foundation
 
Europe and Central Asia | Europe & Central Asia
European Court rules mass collection, retention of metadata unacceptable
Privacy International
 
Europe and Central Asia | Kazakhstan
Assandi Times latest newspaper to be shut down in Kazakhstan
Committee to Protect Journalists
 
Middle East and North Africa | Bahrain
Concern for Abdulhadi Al-Khawaja's health on third anniversary of his arrest in Bahrain
Bahrain Center for Human Rights
 
 
 
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