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The OSCE has condemned attacks targeting journalists and media outlets in Simferapol, Donetsk and Kharkiv. More
Fascists running Kyiv. Refugees streaming into Russia from eastern Ukraine. Rampant anti-Semitic attacks. Assaults on Orthodox churches. These are just a few of the exaggerated or demonstrably false stories that Russian media have been disseminating as tensions boil over in Ukraine. More
Access inside Tajikistan to the website of RFE/RL's Tajik Service has been blocked since February 22. More
The AIB expressed concern over the welfare of Khadija Ismayilova and criticized Azerbaijan for 'consistently' obstructing the work of journalists. More
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) says the situation with freedom of information in the former Soviet republics is getting "bleaker every year." More
The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe's (OSCE) representative on freedom of the media, Dunja Mijatovic, has hailed Macedonia's recently adopted media laws. More
Radio satire show spoofs status quo in Iran, where 35 years after the Islamic Revolution, dissenting voices are scarce. More
A newly launched reformist Iranian daily has been suspended by the authorities over an article in which the Islamic law of retribution was described as inhumane. More
Tehran's Friday Prayers leader, Hojatoleslam Kazem Sadighi, has said the fatwa issued by the founder of Iran's Islamic republic against British writer Salman Rushdie is a "golden page" in the life of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini.More
A Kazakh blogger has been sentenced to 15 days in jail on minor hooliganism charges. More
Turkmenistan has been called an isolationist state and a "hermit kingdom" for many reasons, but one reason is surely the difficulty of getting objective information from the country. More
The chief editor of "Hafta" (The Week) weekly, Hikmatyor Hikmatzoda, says that the Culture Ministry has withdrawn the license because the newspaper has covered issues that were not outlined in the periodical's charter. More
Pakistan's journalists say they are on the frontline in the country's struggle against the Taliban, and are demanding that the government protect them. More
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