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# freedom-of-the-press - Friday 8 May, 2020

Loyalist terrorist group issues threats against two journalists in Belfast

A number of reporters working for the Sunday Life and Sunday World were visited by police officers this morning.

# freedom-of-the-press - Thursday 26 June, 2014

Open letter to the Taoiseach and Tánaiste: Fight Egypt's jailing of journalists

Irish journalists, academics, union leaders and lawyers urge Irish government to press for freedom of journalists in Cairo.

# freedom-of-the-press - Monday 24 June, 2013

Column: Will history repeat itself for Obama in the Massachusetts special election?

A Republican candidate’s surprise take of the senate seat left vacant by Ted Kennedy’s death in 2010 shook Obama’s administration – now, with the same seat up for grabs, Sam McNally wonders if the president has anything to fear this time around.

# freedom-of-the-press - Sunday 26 May, 2013

Syria Through a Lens: life of slain filmmaker and activist honoured

The one-year anniversary of the death of young journalist Bassel Shehadeh, who was killed in a shelling attack by Syrian government forces, will be marked by a worldwide commemoration of his life and work.

# freedom-of-the-press - Friday 28 December, 2012

Burma to allow daily private newspapers

It will be the first time since 1964 that non-state media will be allowed to publish news in the country.

# freedom-of-the-press - Wednesday 28 March, 2012

Shatter launches stinging attack on 'contrived' journalism

The minister for justice tells a Seanad debate that some journalists omit important facts in order to scandalise the public.