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The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA), has called on the Turkish government to stop jailing journalists and to guarantee freedom of the press in Turkey, which imprisons more journalists than any country in the world.

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2013-12-03 19:11

Despite the popular uprisings and their promise of more freedom, the Arab world is not getting the independent media information it needs and deserves, media professionals from across the region said at the annual Arab Free Press Forum in Tunisia on Monday (25 November).

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2013-11-25 15:27

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2013-11-24 13:15

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2013-11-07 18:25

The WAN-IFRA Board issues Press Freedom Resolutions to highlight concerns regarding freedom of expression worldwide, and as a call to action from the global newspaper industry to protect press freedom.

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2013-10-06 16:12

The Board of the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA), meeting on 6 October 2013 in Berlin, Germany during the World Publishing Expo, calls on the South African Parliament to amend the Protection of State Information Bill and ensure that it contains adequate protection for freedom of expression.

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2013-10-03 15:22

The Board of the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA), meeting on 6 October 2013 in Berlin, Germany during the World Publishing Expo, expresses its growing concern over a rise in press freedom violations in established democracies and calls on all governments to recognise that freedom of the press is essential to good governance and indispensible to democratic society.

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2013-10-03 15:14

Neuchâtel, Switzerland, 6:40am, 13 August 2013. A prosecutor, four criminal investigators and an IT expert enter the apartment of award-winning journalist, Ludovic Rocchi. Working on assignment, the journalist’s wife is home alone and reportedly interrogated in his place. Computer equipment and notebooks are seized before the dawn squad retreat, taking along with them a good chunk of Switzerland’s press freedom.

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2013-08-28 17:58

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