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Case of slain journalist could be first to find justice

IMPUNITY CASE PROFILE [Original title: Case of slain journalist could be first to find justice in Cambodia] Hang Serei Odom,… Read More

100 cases of impunity in 2012 in Southeast Asia, say NGO

Bangkok – At least 100 cases related to impunity against the exercise of freedom of expression have been recorded in… Read More

Overview of impunity related incidents in 2012 in Southeast Asia

Impunity can be broadly defined as non-accountability for actions that violate rights. This means individual perpetrators escape or are exempt… Read More

SEAPA activities to mark International Day to End Impunity

MEDIA ADVISORY Bangkok  – The Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA), a Bangkok-based regional media freedom advocacy group, today launches its… Read More

Journalist reports suspicious “visit”

CMFR/Philippines – A news correspondent in Zamboanga City reported to the police that two “suspicious-looking” men riding in tandem on… Read More

Unidentified gunmen fire at radio station

CMFR/ Philippines – Two unidentified men fired several shots at the office of a radio station in Roxas City last… Read More

Journalist assaulted by businessman

CMFR/ Philippines – An editor of a weekly newspaper was assaulted by a businessman and brother of a town mayor… Read More

Armed men threaten broadcaster, family

CMFR/Philippines – Five men on motorcycles, at least two of whom were armed, pointed a handgun and an assault rifle… Read More