At least two journalists injured as police in India break up rally
Airplanes fly in formation in Santiago, Chile on March 3, 2017. The independent Santiago-based Center for Investigative Journalism on March 7 reported that Chilean police intercepted calls, as well as WhatsApp and Telegram
messages, between five journalists and their sources. (Reuters/Ivan Alvarado)
Chilean police accused of spying on journalists
Peacekeepers from the United Nations Mission in South Sudan patrol on March 7, 2018. The South Sudanese Media Regulatory Authority ordered the UN-backed station Radio Miraya to suspend operations because the station had not acquired a broadcasting license, according to reports. (AFP/Stefanie Glinski)
South Sudan suspends broadcast of UN-backed radio station
A screen shot of the new label on RT's YouTube channel. (CPJ)
YouTube labels on public broadcasters draw ire in US, Russia
Police detain protesters on September 16, 2017, in St. Louis. At least 10 journalists covering unrest in the city in late 2017 were detained when police used the tactic of kettling to try to control the crowds. (Reuters/Lawrence Bryant)
Journalists covering protests in US risk getting caught up in police kettling tactic
Turkey's Supreme Court has ruled that Cumhuriyet journalist Can Dündar, pictured in Postdam in 2017, should face a retrial on espionage charges. (AFP/Steffi Loos)
Turkey Crackdown Chronicle: Week of March 15, 2018
Journalists and protesters hold placards outside an Istanbul court on October 31, 2017, calling for the release of jailed colleagues, including Turkish reporter Ahmet Şık. Turkey is the worst jailer of journalists in 2017. (AP/Lefteris Pitarakis)
Record number of journalists jailed as Turkey, China, Egypt pay scant price for repression
A vigil in Sliema, Malta, for Daphne Caruana Galizia, a critical blogger killed in a car bombing in October 2017. (AFP/Matthew Mirabelli)
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CPJ urges Angola's president to champion press freedom

CPJ urges Angola's President Joao Lourenco to champion the protection of journalists and news outlets, repeal criminal defamation and insult laws, and for the State to drop criminal charges against journalists who were targeted in retaliation for their work.

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