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INFOGRAPHIC: Saudi attacks on the press since Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's rise to power.

Infographic: Saudi attacks on the press

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First aid videos

Journalists face the risk of serious injuries while on both dangerous and routine assignments. In situations when emergencies lead to severe injury, journalists should be prepared to deal with medical complications in order reduce the severity of injuries and to save both their lives and the lives of their colleagues.

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An injured man is pulled to safety after police fired warning shots to disperse a crowd at the end of a service to commemorate the victims of a crackdown on a march in Kinshasa in December 2018. (AFP/John Wessels)

Covering unrest in the DRC

To enable journalists to report as safely and effectively as possible in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Committee to Protect Journalists’ Emergencies Response Team and Africa Program are sharing safety information cards.

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People pay tribute to Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo in a park near Hong Kong's Victoria Habour in July 2017. The journalist died a few months after China finally agreed to release him on medical parole. (AP/Vincent Yu)

In China, medical neglect can amount to a death sentence for jailed journalists

Four months after Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo died of liver cancer shortly after his release from jail on medical parole, the writer and journalist Yang Tongyan died under similar circumstances in a Shanghai hospital. Like Liu, Yang had been seriously ill for several years, but Chinese authorities granted him medical parole only three months before…

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In defense of Uganda’s Red Pepper

CPJ has included eight staffers of the controversial Ugandan tabloid Red Pepper in its 2017 global census of imprisoned journalists. Some may disagree with that decision.

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Candles and tributes are left for investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, who was murdered in Malta in October, (AP/ Rene Rossignaud)

Murder and Justice: CPJ Impunity Newsletter November 2017

In nine out of 10 murders of journalists worldwide, the killers escape justice. Join the fight to end impunity. #noimpunity #endimpunity

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Global censorship of news reaches new levels of complexity

CPJ releases annual assessment of press freedom worldwide New York, April 25, 2017–Despite the promise of new information technologies, governments, non-state actors, and corporations worldwide are censoring vast amounts of information using complex and sophisticated tactics.

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Murder and Justice: The CPJ Impunity Newsletter March 2017

In nine out of 10 murders of journalists worldwide, the killers escape justice; join the fight to end impunity! #noimpunity #endimpunity #speakjusticenow

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Turkey Crackdown Chronicle: Week of December 25, continued

Investigative reporter arrested on propaganda charges The prominent investigative journalist Ahmet Şık was arrested yesterday on allegations of spreading terrorist propaganda. Şık, who was detained in relation to his published writings and posts on social media, was also accused of “publicly humiliating the Republic of Turkey, its judicial organs; military and police organizations,” Cumhuriyet reported.…

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Impunity Newsletter June 2016

Impunity Newsletter June 2016 Nine out of 10 murders of journalists worldwide go unpunished; join the fight to end impunity #noimpunity #endimpunity #speakjusticenow Democracies Must Account for Impunity Accounting for impunity is the first step to ending it. In September UNESCO will publish its bi-annual report on journalist safety and impunity. In the report, UNESCO’s…

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