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Cambodia media stranglehold continues despite propaganda

On January 11, over 4,000 people, including hundreds of journalists, gathered in Phnom Penh for a “solidarity dinner” organized by Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen. It was the third time that the prime minister had hosted this now-annual event intended to strengthen relations between journalists and the government. “The progress of the nation cannot be […]

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IPI condemns detention of journalists in Venezuela

Lea este comunicado en español. The International Press Institute (IPI), a global network of editors, media executives and leading journalists, today strongly condemned the wave of arrests of journalists in Caracas and urged the Venezuelan authorities to put an end to the censorship and release all journalists immediately. As many as nine journalists, both foreign […]

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El IPI condena las detenciones de periodistas en Venezuela

Read this statement in English. El Instituto Internacional de la Prensa (IPI, por sus siglas en inglés), la red global de directores y periodistas de los principales medios de información, condena vehemente la oleada de detenciones de periodistas en Caracas e insta a las autoridades venezolanas a poner freno a esta deriva censora contra la […]

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Turkey courts violate journalists’ right to fair trial, report finds

Turkish courts regularly violate journalists’ right to a fair trial, according to the preliminary results of a trial monitoring project being carried out by the Turkey-based Media and Law Studies Association (MLSA) and the International Press Institute(IPI), a global network of editors, media executive and leading journalists for press freedom. MLSA and IPI observed 90 court sessions of 71 separate […]

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