Nigerian journalist Kufre Carter detained for 1 month, charged with defamation and conspiracy
Egyptian security forces detain 2 freelance journalists
Police officers are seen in Veracruz, Mexico, on August 29, 2019. Gunmen recently attacked journalist Fernanda de Luna Ferral in Veracruz. (AFP/Victoria Razo)
Gunmen attack daughter of murdered Mexican reporter Maria Elena Ferral in Veracruz
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres speaks to the press in Biarritz, France, on August 26, 2019, during the annual G7 Summit. (AFP/Ludovic Marin)
UN Secretary General responds to #FreeThePress campaign call to action
Supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump hold signs during a rally to call for the reopening of California's economy after the lockdown closure, implemented to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, in Woodland Hills, California, on May 16, 2020. NY Times reporter Davey Alba recently told CPJ about her experiences covering coronavirus conspiracy theories and facing online harassment. (AFP/Mark Ralston)
NY Times reporter Davey Alba on covering COVID-19 conspiracy theories, facing online harassment
A police car is seen in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on March 26, 2020. CPJ recently joined a statement calling on the region's police and politicians to thoroughly investigate threats made against journalists. (Reuters/Jason Cairnduff)
CPJ joins call condemning threats against journalists in Northern Ireland
The Trump Administration and the Media
Trust deficit: Guatemala’s new president must overcome skepticism to improve press freedom
Trust deficit: ‘The goal was to silence me’
US protests safety advisory
CPJ Safety Advisory: Covering U.S. protests over police violence
Police and soldiers are seen in Dong Cuu village, outside Hanoi, Vietnam, on May 14, 2020. Hanoi authorities recently arrested journalists Nguyen Tuong Thuy and Pham Chi Thanh. (Reuters/Nguyen Huy Kham)
Two journalists detained on anti-state charges in Vietnam
Medical staff are seen in Yangon, Myanmar, on May 17, 2020. Myanmar authorities recently sentenced news editor Zaw Ye Htet to prison over his outlet's COVID-19 coverage. (AFP/Sai Aung Main)
Myanmar news editor sentenced to 2 years in jail over COVID-19 report

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CPJ sends letter calling on Philippine President Duterte to reopen ABS-CBN

CPJ calls on President Duterte to immediately reverse the decision to shut down broadcaster ABS-CBN.

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