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12 Dec 2021
On June 15, RSF Germany's Christian Mihr tweeted: "A heavy blow against press freedom in the Philippines! Maria Ressa, who has only done her job as a journalist, was sentenced to prison this morning in Kafkaesque proceedings for Internet crime. The court has shown that it is not independent of the Duterte government."
1 Nov 2021
Jair Bolsonaro's bodyguards attacked reporters who were covering the president as he walked the streets of Rome talking to his supporters. The reporters said they will file a police complaint.
9 Jul 2021
The activists have demanded Assange's release from the UK prison and urged the US to drop the charges against the whistleblower.
8 Jun 2021
Overseas journalists covering the Tokyo Olympics will have their movements tracked by GPS, the Games president says, and could have their passes revoked if they break the rules. Organisers of the pandemic-postponed 2020 Games, which open in just over six weeks, are trying to reassure a sceptical public that the mega-event can be held safely under strict virus rules.
1 May 2020
May the labour of our hero's present never be in vain. We just want to say THANK YOU for your labour of love to all the medical doctors, nurses, cleaners, ambulance drivers, cashiers, delivery men and women, street sweepers, teachers, factory workers, security officials, personal protective equipment makers, lab technicians, charity organizations, religious leaders, journalists, and reporters. You are all heroes!⁣
8 Aug 2019
Two reporters were gunned down, while a third was found dead in the trunk of a car. Mexico is one of the most dangerous places in the world for journalists, with a majority of the murder cases going unsolved.
2 Dec 2018
DW commissioned the Jordan-based group Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism to find out where terrorist groups waging Yemen's devastating conflict are procuring vast weapons stockpiles. The conclusion: Europe.
19 Jan 2017
President-elect Donald Trump told Fox News that he would play a role in selecting which journalists are allowed into the press briefing room in the West Wing.

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