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Alerts   |   Ethiopia

Police arrest prominent Ethiopian blogger

Protesters in Bishoftu, southeast of Addis Ababa, raise the Oromo protest sign ahead of an October 2, 2016, stampede that left more than 50 people dead after police fired teargas and warning shots to disperse the crowd. (Reuters/Tiksa Negeri)

New York, October 3, 2016 - Ethiopian authorities should immediately and unconditionally release blogger Seyoum Teshome, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today. Police arrested Teshome on October 1, according to press accounts and opposition activists.

October 3, 2016 1:39 PM ET

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CPJ Newsletter: Exhibit of jailed photographer's work moves to Photoville, journalist released from jail, and we join our partners at the UN

October edition

Next stop for exhibit of Shawkan's work: Photoville

A still from the Facebook Live video CPJ conducted at the Shawkan exhibition at the Bronx Documentary Center. (CPJ/Mustafa Hameed)

In mid-September, CPJ partnered with the Bronx Documentary Center to hold an exhibition of photographs taken by Mahmoud Abou Zeid, or Shawkan, a freelance journalist who has been imprisoned in Egypt since August 2013. Many of Shawkan's photos--from protests and celebrations in Tahrir Square to daily life in Cairo--were taken during the Egyptian revolution.

September 21, 2016 3:21 PM ET

Reports   |   Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Cameroon, China, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gambia, India, Iran, Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territory, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Mauritania, Morocco, Myanmar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Syria, Thailand, Turkey, Turkmenistan, UAE, Uzbekistan, Vietnam

China, Egypt imprison record numbers of journalists

Egypt is second only to China as the world’s worst jailer of journalists in 2015. Worldwide, the number of journalists behind bars for their work declined moderately during the year, but a handful of countries continue to use systematic imprisonment to silence criticism. A CPJ special report by Elana Beiser

The Egyptian photojournalist known as Shawkan appears before a court in Cairo in May 2015 for the first time after more than 600 days in jail. A record number of journalists are imprisoned in Egypt in 2015. (AP/Lobna Tarek)

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La Chine et l'Égypte emprisonnent un nombre record de journalistes

L’Égypte arrive en deuxième position derrière la Chine à titre de pays emprisonnant le plus de journalistes en 2015. Dans le monde entier cette année, le nombre de journalistes derrière les barreaux pour l’exercice de leur profession a connu une baisse modérée, mais une poignée de pays continue d’utiliser l’emprisonnement systématique pour faire taire les critiques. Un rapport spécial d’Elana Beiser pour le CPJ

Le photojournaliste égyptien connu sous le nom de Shawkan comparaît devant le tribunal au Caire en mai 2015 pour la première fois après plus de 600 jours en prison. Un nombre record de journalistes est détenu en Égypte en 2015. (AP/Lobna Tarek)

15 décembre 2015 0h01 ET

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China, Egito aprisionam um número recorde de jornalistas

O Egito é superado apenas pela China como o pior carcereiro do mundo de jornalistas em 2015. Em todo o mundo, o número de jornalistas atrás das grades por seu trabalho diminuiu moderadamente durante o ano, mas um punhado de países continua a usar a prisão sistemática para silenciar as críticas. Um relatório especial do CPJ por Elana Beiser

O fotojornalista egípcio conhecido como Shawkan aparece perante um tribunal no Cairo em maio de 2015 pela primeira vez depois de mais de 600 dias de prisão. Um número recorde de jornalistas está preso no Egito em 2015. (AP / Lobna Tarek)

dezembro 15, 2015 12:01 AM ET

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Avrupa ve Orta Asya, Raporlar, Türkiye

Çin ve Mısır'da rekor sayıda gazeteci hapiste

2015 yılında dünyanın en kötü gazeteci zindancısı unvanını Çin alıyor ve Mısır da onun hemen ardından geliyor. Dünya çapında mesleki faaliyetlerinden dolayı hapsedilen gazetecilerin sayısında vasat bir düşüş varsa da, bir avuç ülke eleştirileri hapis ile susturmayı sistematik olarak sürdürüyor. Elena Beiser'in hazırladığı bir CPJ özel raporu

Shawkan adıyla bilinen Mısırlı fotomuhabir 600 günden uzun bir süre hapiste kaldıktan sonra Mayıs 2015'te ilk kez mahkemeye çıkarılıyor. Mısır 2015 yılında rekor sayıda gazeteci hapsetti. (AP/Lobna Tarek)

15 de Diciembre 2015 12:01 AM ET

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Informes

China y Egipto encarcelan a una cifra récord de periodistas

Egipto es sólo superado por China como el país con la mayor cifra de periodistas encarcelados en 2015. A escala global, la cifra de periodistas encarcelados por su labor informativa registró un declive moderado durante el año, pero unos pocos países continúan el empleo sistemático de las penas de cárcel para silenciar a las voces críticas. Un informe especial del CPJ elaborado por Elana Beiser

El fotoperiodista egipcio conocido como Shawkan comparece ante un tribunal de El Cairo en mayo de 2015, su primera comparecencia luego de permanecer encarcelado más de 600 días. Una cifra récord de periodistas se encontraban encarcelados en Egipto en 2015. (AP/Lobna Tarek)

15 de Diciembre 2015 12:01 AM ET

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