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Attacks on the Press   |   Egypt, France, Greece, Pakistan, Paraguay, Syria


In Pakistan, an unknown gunman shoots a news anchor multiple times. No one is arrested for the crime, though arrest warrants are issued against the journalist--for his reporting.


Impact: A year in review

The past year has been a traumatic one for the press, with the high number of journalists killed and imprisoned underscoring the perils of a profession that requires being on the front line of history. Amid growing animosity by governments, and the threats posed by organized crime and militant groups such as the Islamic State, 2014 has been a difficult year for journalists. But the Committee to Protect Journalists has worked to help those in trouble and advise others.

December 29, 2014 6:00 AM ET

Reports   |   Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Belarus, Cameroon, Cuba, Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, India, Iran, Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territory, Mexico, Myanmar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Swaziland, Syria, Thailand, Turkey, Uzbekistan, Vietnam

China is world's worst jailer of the press; global tally second worst on record

More than 200 journalists are imprisoned for their work for the third consecutive year, reflecting a global surge in authoritarianism. China is the world’s worst jailer of journalists in 2014. A CPJ special report by Shazdeh Omari

An Egyptian protester calls for the release of freelance photographer Mahmoud Abou Zeid, also known as Shawkan, who has been imprisoned since August 2013. (AP/Amr Nabil)

Américas, Cuba, Europa/Ásia Central, México, Oriente Médio / Norte da África, Relatórios, África, Ásia

China é a pior carcereira da imprensa do mundo; total mundial é o segundo pior já registrado

Mais de 200 jornalistas estão presos por conta de seu trabalho pelo terceiro ano consecutivo, refletindo um aumento do autoritarismo no mundo todo. A China é a pior carcereira de jornalistas do mundo em 2014. Um relatório especial do CPJ por Shazdeh Omari

Um manifestante egípcio pede a libertação do fotógrafo freelance Mahmoud Abou Zeid, também conhecido como Shawkan, que está preso desde agosto de 2013.(AP/Amr Nabil)

dezembro 17, 2014 12:01 AM ET

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Américas, Cuba, Europa y Asia central, Informes, México, Oriente Medio y África del Norte, África

China encabeza la lista de países con mayor número de periodistas presos; el total mundial es el segundo mayor registrado

Por tercer año consecutivo, más de 200 periodistas están presos en todo el mundo por su labor informativa, lo que refleja el repunte de las tendencias autoritarias a escala global. China encabeza la lista de países con la mayor cifra de periodistas presos en 2014. Un informe especial del CPJ elaborado por Shazdeh Omari

Un manifestante egipcio insta a liberar al fotógrafo freelance Mahmoud Abou Zeid, también conocido como Shawkan, quien ha estado encarcelado desde agosto de 2013. (AP/Amr Nabil)

17 de Diciembre 2014 12:01 AM ET

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Avrupa ve Orta Asya, Raporlar, Türkiye

Çin dünyanın en kötü gazeteci zindancısı, küresel sayılar kayda geçenler arasında en kötü ikinci

200'den çok gazetecinin mesleki faaliyetten dolayı üç yıl üst üste hapiste olması otoriterliğin küresel ölçüde yükseldiğini gösteriyor. Çin 2014 yılının en kötü gazeteci zindancısı oldu. Shazdeh Omari tarafından hazırlanan CPJ özel raporu

Mısırlı bir protestocu, 2013 Ağustos'undan beri hapiste olan, Shawkan adıyla da bilinen bağımsız fotoğrafçı Mahmut Abu Zeyd'in serbest bırakılması çağrısında bulunuyor. (AP/Amr Nabil)

17 de Diciembre 2014 12:01 AM ET

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Afrique, Asie, Cameroun, Europe & Asie centrale, Les Amériques, Moyen-Orient/Afrique du Nord, Rapports, Somalie, Swaziland, Érythrée, Éthiopie

La Chine est le pays qui emprisonne le plus de journalistes ; deuxième score mondial le plus élevé de l'histoire

Pour la troisième année consécutive, plus de 200 journalistes sont emprisonnés pour l’exercice de leur profession, reflet d’une hausse mondiale de l’autoritarisme. La Chine est le pays dont les prisons renferment le plus de journalistes en 2014. Rapport spécial du CPJ par Shazdeh Omari.

Un manifestant égyptien appelle à la libération du photographe indépendant Mahmoud Abou Zeid, aussi connu sous le nom de Shawkan, qui a été emprisonné depuis août 2013. (AP/Amr Nabil)

17 décembre 2014 0h01 ET

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Press Releases   |   CPJ

Four journalists honored for commitment to press freedom

New Initiatives Fund set up to help combat 'war on journalists'
International Press Freedom Awardees, from left, Mikhail Zygar, Ferial Haffajee, Aung Zaw, and Siamak Ghaderi. (Getty Images/Bryan Thomas)

New York, November 26, 2014--Four journalists from Burma, Iran, Russia, and South Africa were honored Tuesday night at the Committee to Protect Journalists' 24th annual International Press Freedom Awards for their work in defiance of imprisonment, repression, and censorship.

November 26, 2014 1:12 PM ET

Media Advisories

Honoring courage and defying repression

CPJ's 2014 International Press Freedom Awards

New York, November 6, 2014 -- Four outstanding journalists who have endured and defied media repression in Burma, Iran, Russia, and South Africa will be honored with the Committee to Protect Journalists' 2014 International Press Freedom Awards, an annual recognition of courageous journalism. All have faced recrimination for their work, including imprisonment, violence, and censorship. CPJ will present Jorge Ramos, co-anchor on Univision News since 1986, with the Burton Benjamin Memorial Award for lifetime achievement in the cause of press freedom. International Press Freedom Awardee Nguyen Van Hai, who was imprisoned when his award was presented in 2013, is now free and will attend this year to receive his award.

November 6, 2014 12:41 PM ET


News from the Committee to Protect Journalists, October 2014

Turkish government makes commitments to CPJ

In an unprecedented meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and other officials in early October, a joint delegation from the Committee to Protect Journalists and the International Press Institute raised concerns about the climate for press freedom in Turkey, including the imprisonment of journalists and online restrictions. In the meetings, officials defended their country's press freedom record but agreed to take steps to improve conditions for journalists.

October 31, 2014 5:58 PM ET

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