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Managing editor killed in Had Yai

[Original title: Managing editor killed in southern Thailand] (SEAPA/IFEX) – On the morning of 14 February 2005, Kiat Saetang, managing… Read More

High price for press freedom

Source: The Philippine Star The Philippines likes to boast that since the downfall of dictator Ferdinand Marcos in 1986, the… Read More

Journalists Killed in the Line of Duty: the Shame of a Democratic Society

[Source: Freedom Fund for Filipino Journalists] Journalists are vulnerable in many parts of the world. In the Philippines, the risks… Read More

Suspect in journalist’s killing surrenders to police

Source: Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility (CMFR), Quezon City (CMFR/IFEX) – On 13 September 2004, two years and four… Read More

Assassin of journalist sets demands for surrender

Source: The Philippine Star ZAMBOANGA CITY, Philippines – The policeman who was tagged as the killer of Pagadian City journalist… Read More

IFJ Demands Government Bring Killers to Justice As Media Death Toll Mounts

[Original title: IFJ Demands Philippines Brings Killers to Justice As Media Death Toll Mounts] The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has… Read More

Killings of Filipino journalists reaches crisis proportions

THE KILLING of journalists in the Philippines, the Constitution of which guarantees the protection of press freedom, has reached its… Read More

FFFJ Statement on the Killing of Davao City Broadcaster

Source: IFEX The Freedom Fund for Filipino Journalists (FFFJ), organized to address the numerous and unremitting attacks against journalists and… Read More