Panorama

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The Pescadores beach in Lima, in April 2018. Peruvian authorities are harassing two news outlets over their investigative reporting. (Reuters/Mariana Bazo)

CPJ calls for Peru to stop harassing news outlets over investigative reporting

New York, July 17, 2018–The Committee to Protect Journalists today called on Peruvian authorities to end their harassment of two news outlets. A government body issued summonses to the directors of news website IDL-Reporteros and the TV program “Panorama,” and the public prosecutor and police went to the offices of IDL-Reporteros to demand that it…

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The central train station in Amsterdam, the Netherlands on December 1, 2017. One of the Netherlands' biggest national newspapers was attacked today when a vehicle rammed into the publication's building, according to reports. (Reuters/Yves Herman)

CPJ condemns attacks on outlets in the Netherlands

New York, June 26, 2018–The Committee to Protect Journalists today condemned an attack on De Telegraaf, one of the Netherlands’ biggest national newspapers, which came five days after an anti-tank rocket was fired at the offices of the publisher of the weeklies Panorama and Nieuwe Revu, according to news reports.

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Armenian reporters injured, equipment damaged while covering protest

At least 14 journalists were injured and had their equipment damaged while they were covering a protest in the Armenian capital of Yerevan on June 23, 2015, according to local and international news reports. Several of the journalists were also briefly detained at a local police station, the independent news website Armenia Now reported.

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Independent editor assaulted in northeastern Ukraine

New York, April 17, 2014–The Committee to Protect Journalists condemns a brutal attack on an editor in Ukraine and calls on authorities to conduct a thorough investigation and apprehend the perpetrators. The editor should also be provided with protection while he is recovering in the hospital, CPJ said. 

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Journalists under fire covering protests in Venezuela

New York, February 20, 2014–The Committee to Protect Journalists condemns the wave of violence against and harassment and detentions of journalists covering protests in Venezuela in recent days and calls on authorities to ensure the press can work safely. The violations come amid nationwide protests that have left at least six dead and hundreds injured.…

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With Panorama jail sentences, Italy’s libel law under fire

“Incredible,” “staggering,” “enormous,” “out of time”–the expressions of outrage have been flying in Italy since a Milan magistrate sentenced to prison three journalists for the weekly magazine Panorama. On May 24, Andrea Marcenaro and Riccardo Arena were each condemned to a one-year jail term for a 2010 article discussing Palermo magistrate Francesco Messineo’s alleged family…

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