Tag: freedom of expression
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January 10, 2019

Sudan: Security officers pursue injured protestors into hospital

Sudanese security officers last night entered a hospital and fired live bullets and teargas horrifying patients and hospital staff as ...

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January 3, 2019

DRC: Authorities must reopen media outlets and end crackdown on internet freedom

Following further closures of media outlets and a mounting crackdown on internet and mobile messaging in the wake of elections ...

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Saudi Arabia: Censorship of Netflix is latest proof of crackdown on freedom of expression
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Saudi Arabia: Censorship of Netflix is latest proof of crackdown on freedom of expression

Responding to news that Netflix have removed an episode from a comedy ...

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December 19, 2018

Uganda: Drop absurd charges against academic Stella Nyanzi

The Ugandan authorities must immediately drop charges against radical academic Stella Nyanzi and put a stop to the charade that ...

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December 19, 2018

When Best Practice Isn’t Good Enough: Large Campaigns of Phishing Attacks in Middle East and North Africa Target Privacy-Conscious Users

Summary We have identified several campaigns of credentials phishing, likely operated by the same attackers, targeting hundreds of individuals spread across the ...

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November 30, 2018

Beaten and prosecuted for standing up to hate

Just over a year ago Elzbieta gathered with small group of women in central Warsaw with a large “Stop Fascism” ...

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November 21, 2018

Singapore: Government must end harassment of online news platform targeted over critical article

A news editor facing a criminal investigation over an article that criticized the Singapore government is the latest victim of ...

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November 8, 2018

Tell Mauritanian President to free blogger Mkhaïtir and guarantee his safety

Over the last four years, blogger Mohamed Mkhaïtir has become a symbol of the Mauritanian government’s repression against freedom of ...

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November 1, 2018

Sudan: Relentless harassment, intimidation and censorship of journalists must end

Sudanese authorities have this year been unrelenting in their quest to silence independent media by arresting and harassing journalists, and ...

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October 31, 2018

Egypt: Release of arbitrarily detained labour rights lawyer a welcome relief

  Responding to the news that human rights and labour lawyer Haytham Mohamdeen has been released, Amnesty International’s North Africa Campaigns ...

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