Two of the missing NYT journalistsOn Friday, the New York Times was told that four of its reporters being held by government forces in Libya would be freed. Meanwhile, bombing commenced from allied forces and Gaddafi's troops struck back against their own people in the embattled African natio ... More >>
via the Committee to Protect Journalists Kosuke Tsuneoka, free from Afghanistan prison after five monthsAfter five months of imprisonment in Afghanistan, Japanese journalist Kosuke Tsuneoka is a free man. His captors, an Islamic militant group, set him free this weekend, and while the exact r ... More >>
U.S. Military is pressed to probe run-ins between reporters and troops in Iraq
From the Dean scream to Abu Ghraib: a highlight reel from a year's worth of press bashing
A Korean photojournalist gets a welcome shock: Hes freed from a Chinese prison
Castro's 'Free' Universal Education
The Price of Satire in Afghanistan
CPJ Calls Hotel Palestine Deaths Avoidable
'Could I Be Bombed? Or Be Thrown Behind Bars?'
'New York Times' Freelancer Languishes in Chinese Jail
War Reporting Is Risky Business
Pundits Square Off Over Secret Tribunals
She Found Prostitution Among Irans Holy Men. They Found a Way to Put Her in Jail.
Time Warner Goes to China and Gets Shanghaied by Its Hosts