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999 PRESS FREEDOM CALL FOR JUSTICE: On 09.09.09, IPI reminds the world of its 9 remaining ‘justice denied’ journalist cases

On the 9th of September, 2009, the International Press Institute (IPI) believes it is only fitting to call attention to the nine unresolved cases in its Justice Denied campaign, which highlights the unlawful imprisonment of journalists around the world and the impunity from which the murderers of journalists all too often benefit. Journalists are routinely […]

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‘Sinister’ detention of journalists must end, IPI tells Eritrean leader

The Eritrean government should abide by its own laws and release journalists who have been imprisoned for years without the benefit of a court hearing or legal representation, the International Press Institute said today. In a letter to Eritrean President Isaias Afewerki, IPI also urged the Eritrean leader to publish the location and health status […]

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Letter: Government’s inhumane treatment of independent journalists

His Excellency President Issaias Afeworki c/o Permanent Mission to the United Nations E-mail: Mr. Foazia Hashim Minister of Justice P.O. Box 241 Asmara Eritrea Fax: 0029 11 12 64 32 Vienna, 8 April 2002 Your Excellency, The International Press Institute (IPI), the global network of editors, leading journalists and media executives, strongly condemns the Eritrean […]

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