Nadira Isayeva

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Attacks on the Press: Enjoying Spotlight, Shirking Accountability

February 14, 2013 12:05 AM ET

Countries hosting the Olympics assume global obligations. What if they renege? By Nina Ognianova and Kristin Jones...

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Baskıcı Ev Sahipleri Olimpiyatların İmajını Zedeliyor

14 de Febrero 2013 12:02 AM ET

Kristin Jones ve Nina Ognianova Rusya'nın Karadeniz Kıyısındaki Soçi kenti, dünyaya kaçırılmayacak bir 2014 Kış Olimpiyatları sunmaya hazırlanıyor. Artistik patinaj hayranları şimdiden Kim Yu-na'nın bu defa da altın madalya alıp almayacağına dair tahminlere başladı bile. Lindsey Vonn kayak pistini denerken...

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In Russia, brazen murder of Chernovik founder is unsolved

February 8, 2013 12:29 PM ET

Gadzhimurad Kamalov, founder of the independent daily Chernovik, was murdered in Makhachkala, capital of Russia's southern republic of Dagestan, on December 15, 2011. The slaying was brazen, coming on the national Day of Remembrance for journalists killed in the...

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Q&A: Nadira Isayeva on exile from Dagestan, in US

June 19, 2012 12:02 AM ET

Nadira Isayeva, a 2010 CPJ International Press Freedom Award winner, has been living in exile since she left her native Dagestan, in Russia's volatile North Caucasus, in November 2011. Isayeva, the editor-in-chief of the independent weekly Chernovik, had been...

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Journalists in exile 2012

June 19, 2012 12:01 AM ET

Crisis in East Africa Fifty-seven journalists fled their country in the past year, with Somalia sending the greatest number into exile. Journalists also fled Ethiopia, Eritrea, and Rwanda--mostly for Kenya and Uganda. Exiles in East Africa must grapple with...

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Russia must act after murder of Dagestani paper founder

December 16, 2011 4:33 PM ET

New York, December 16, 2011--Russian authorities must carry out an urgent and effective investigation into Thursday night's assassination of Gadzhimurad Kamalov, founder of the independent weekly Chernovik, which had tackled highly sensitive topics in the southern republic of Dagestan,...

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Killing of Dagestani journalist must be investigated

December 15, 2011 5:05 PM ET

New York, December 15, 2011--Today's murder of Gadzhimurad Kamalov, founder of the independent newspaper Chernovik in the southern Russian republic of Dagestan today is a lethal blow to press freedom, said the Committee to Protect Journalists....

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Gadzhimurad Kamalov

December 15, 2011 4:38 PM ET

A masked assailant apparently lying in wait fired 14 times as Kamalov, founder of the independent weekly Chernovik, was leaving work shortly before midnight. Kamalov, 46, who was also a contributing editor and writer, died en route to a...

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CPJ Impact

May 26, 2011 2:27 PM ET

News from the Committee to Protect Journalists, May 2011 Pakistan pledges justicePakistan's president committed to pursue justice for journalists killed in the line of duty, pledging to take steps to reverse the country's rising record of impunity. A delegation from the Committee to...

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Dagestan court acquits Chernovik journalists

May 19, 2011 5:31 PM ET

New York, May 19, 2011--The Committee to Protect Journalists welcomes today's court ruling in the southern republic of Dagestan, which acquitted Editor Nadira Isayeva and four reporters with the Makhachkala-based independent weekly Chernovik of long-standing, politicized extremism charges. ...

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