Journalists protest against restrictions of the internet and mobile phone networks at the Kashmir Press Club in Srinagar in October 2019. Jammu and Kashmir police have questioned three journalists this month, and internet access has yet to be fully restored. (AFP/Tauseef Mustafa)
Jammu and Kashmir police question three journalists amid social media ban
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang speaks in Beijing on January 29, 2019. Geng announced today that three Wall Street Journal journalists will be expelled from the country. (AP/Andy Wong)
China expels 3 Wall Street Journal journalists over opinion headline
Somali journalist Abdiwali Ali Hassan. (Photo: Universal TV)
Somali freelancer Abdiwali Ali Hassan killed in Lower Shabelle region
Campaign posters pictured in Tehran on February 20. Ahead of parliamentary elections, authorities increased pressure on Iran's journalists with arrests, detentions and legal action. (Supplied to Reuters via West Asia News Agency/Nazanin Tabatabaee)
Iran harasses, intimidates journalists ahead of parliamentary elections
Journalist Valley Rose Hungyo sits at her dinner table in her home in Manipur, India. Hungyo recently talked to CPJ about running the only newspaper for Nagas in Manipur. (CPJ/Aliya Iftikhar)
Journalist Valley Rose Hungyo on running the only daily newspaper for Nagas in Manipur
Journalist Babie Shirin is pictured in the office of the Imphal Free Press newspaper. The chief minister of Manipur accused the publication of criminal defamation in relation to an article Shirin wrote in 2018. (IFP/Telheiba)
Manipur's ex-journalist chief minister pursues Imphal Free Press for defamation
Journalists and press freedom supporters stage a silent march to police headquarters to denounce treatment of the media during protests over a proposed extradition bill, in Hong Kong, on July 14, 2019. (Reuters/Tyrone Siu)
One Country, One Censor: How China undermines media freedom in Hong Kong and Taiwan
A June 5, 2019, photo shows a 'media interview area' for reporters set up near the Idkah mosque on the morning of Eid al-Fitr, when Muslims around the world celebrate the end of Ramadan, in Kashgar, in China's northwestern Xinjiang region. China was the world’s leading jailer of journalists in 2019, with at least 48 in prison. (AFP/Greg Baker)
China, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Egypt are world's worst jailers of journalists
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CPJ calls on US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to support press freedom

January 29, 2020 The Honorable Mike PompeoSecretary of StateU.S. Department of State2201 C St NWWashington, D.C., 20520 Sent via email...

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