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Category : Europe and Central Asia
Cumhuriyet journalists: Imprisoned for changing editorial policy
Cumhuriyet journalists and executives face trial beginning Monday 24 July for abetting the failed 15 July 2016 coup against the government of Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Media organisations ask Polish defence minister to drop complaint against journalist
Index on Censorship has joined international organisations to urge the Polish defence minister to drop complaint against journalist Tomasz Piatek
Reporting from Ukraine’s separatist areas is becoming more difficult
Journalists are facing increased difficulties and monitoring when reporting from two self-proclaimed republics in Ukraine's separatist areas.
Abduction, torture and intimidation: Azerbaijan’s endless crackdown on independent journalism
Media outlets in Azerbaijan routinely deal with torture, assault, raids, imprisonment and endless intimidation, as verified reports submitted to Index on Censorship’s Mapping Media Freedom project show.
Protesters at Turkish Embassy call for release of Idil Eser
Index on Censorship took part in a rally on 12 July at the Turkish Embassy in London to call for the release of the director of Amnesty International Turkey
Human rights organisations call on French president to pressure Azerbaijan
Index on Censorship joins with international organisations to urge France to pressure Azerbaijan on its approach to free expression
Mapping Media Freedom: Ukrainian journalists subjected to malicious cyber-attacks
Alongside the digitalisation of journalism comes the increasing danger of cyber-attacks on media workers, as recent attacks on Ukrainian journalists have shown
Index condemns arrest of Amnesty International Turkey director
Index condemns the arrest of Idil Eser, director of Amnesty International Turkey, and demands her immediate and unconditional release
Mapping Media Freedom: Press restrictions in Spain highlight need for improved policy
Within the last month, Index on Censorship’s Mapping Media Freedom platform has recorded a number of restrictions on media access to events in Spain by police and politicians
From the archives: A century on from the Russian Revolution
100 years after the Russian Revolution, Index has compiled a reading list on its legacy in the world today
Index’s summer magazine launch party marks 100th anniversary of Russian Revolution
Index on Censorship magazine celebrated the launch of its summer 2017 issue with an evening exploring the 1917 Russian Revolution and its effects on our freedoms today
Mapping Media Freedom: Turkey continues to use judicial harassment as a means to silence journalists
Throughout June, Index on Censorship’s Mapping Media Freedom project has recorded a number of violations in Turkey, which is now the biggest jailer of journalists in the world.
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