Journalists covering a migrant caravan say U.S. border agents are subjecting them to invasive questions at the U.S.-Mexico border. Agents search a freelancer's notebook and ask two photojournalists to identify 'instigators' of the caravan in photographs. Mexican border officials deny entry to at least two international journalists. CPJ's report 'Nothing to Declare' finds that agents' secondary screenings and device searches risk undermining press freedom. Changes to U.S. asylum policy result in journalists being trapped in immigration detention after fleeing threats in their home countries. (AFP/Ariana Drehsler)
CPJ calls on the governor of India's Jammu and Kashmir state to release journalist Aasif Sultan, who has been held by state police since August 2018, and drop all legal proceedings against him.