Robbed

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A police officer is seen in Guatemala City on March 22, 2020. Journalist Carlos Choc's home was recently robbed in southeast Guatemala. (AFP/Johan Ordonez)

Journalist Carlos Choc’s home robbed in southeast Guatemala

Managua, Nicaragua, April 21, 2020 — Guatemalan authorities should immediately investigate the robbery of journalist Carlos Ernesto Choc’s home, determine if it was related to his reporting, and hold those responsible to account, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today.

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Security forces are seen in Sulaimaniya, Iraqi Kurdistan, on March 14. 2020. Unidentified individuals recently tortured and robbed journalist Adnan Rashidi in Iraqi Kurdistan. (Reuters/Ako Rasheed)

Journalist Adnan Rashidi tortured, robbed in Iraqi Kurdistan

New York, March 26, 2020 — Authorities in Iraqi Kurdistan should conduct a swift and thorough investigation into the torture and robbery of journalist Adnan Rashidi and hold those responsible to account, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today.

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Journalist Lydia Cacho is seen in Mexico City, Mexico, on July 6, 2011. Unidentified individuals recently broke into Cacho's home, killed her pets, and stole reporting equipment. (AP/Franklin Reyes)

In Mexico, attackers steal Lydia Cacho’s reporting records, kill dogs

Mexico City, July 23, 2019 –Mexican authorities must immediately and credibly investigate the burglary of the residence of investigative reporter Lydia Cacho Ribeiro and guarantee her safety, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today.

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People listen to a radio in Monrovia, Liberia, on December 27, 2017. The Roots FM radio station in Monrovia was recently attacked in two separate incidents. (Thierry Gouegnon/Reuters)

Liberian radio station transmitter attacked twice in 10 days

Abidjan, February 15, 2019–The Committee to Protect Journalists today called on Liberian authorities to ensure that those responsible for two recent attacks on independent broadcaster Roots FM are swiftly arrested and prosecuted.

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Protesters stand behind a burned bus during an anti-government rally in Tipitapa, Nicaragua on June 14. A Nicaraguan reporter who is covering the unrest says armed attackers broke into his home, beat him, and stole his identification documents. (Reuters/Oswaldo Rivas)

Armed attackers rob, threaten Nicaraguan reporter in his home

Two armed men broke into the home of newspaper reporter Josué Garay in the Nicaraguan capital of Managua early on June 10, 2018, beat him and stole his phone and identification documents, the journalist told CPJ by phone. Garay told CPJ he believes the attack was an attempt to intimidate him and discourage him from…

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A view of Mexico City, Mexico in April 2018. Unknown intruders on April 20 burglarized the home of one of Proceso's website editors in Mexico City, according to reports. (Reuters/Gustavo Graf)

Publications in Mexico City, Guerrero state robbed

Mexico City, April 26, 2018–Mexican authorities must conduct credible investigations into two recent burglaries, one at the Mexico City-based investigative magazine and website Proceso and another at the news website Quadratín in Guerrero state, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today.

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A man walks through an alley between residential houses in Hebei province, China in December 2017. Picture taken December 7, 2017. A group of men assaulted and robbed two television journalists while they were reporting on allegations of industrial pollution in the province in late January 2018. (Reuters/Thomas Peter)

Reporters beaten, robbed while investigating allegations of pollution

A group of men on January 25, 2018, assaulted and robbed two television journalists while they were reporting on allegations of industrial pollution in Hebei province’s Quzhou county, approximately 260 miles southwest of Beijing, according to news reports.

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