Alerts   |   China

Chinese editor suspended for op-ed on North Korea ties

A man shovels snow on the destroyed Yalu bridge, right, next to the Friendship Bridge linking China and North Korea. (AP/Aritz Parra)

New York, April 2, 2013--An editor for an influential Chinese Communist Party journal said Monday he was suspended after his column appeared in a British publication calling on China to re-evaluate its relations with North Korea, according to news reports.

April 2, 2013 3:35 PM ET


Alerts   |   Pakistan

Baluch journalist reported missing in Karachi

New York, March 28, 2013--Pakistani authorities should determine the whereabouts of a Baluch journalist living in Karachi who was last seen on March 24, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today.

Case   |   Maldives

Journalist detained briefly in the Maldives

Sun Media reported that one of its journalists was briefly detained by police for photographing a government building in Malé, the capital, on March 26, 2013. The media group is based in the Maldives and covers local and world news for online, print, and radio.

March 27, 2013 1:13 PM ET


Alerts   |   Sri Lanka

BBC halts service in Sri Lanka after broadcasts disrupted

New York, March 26, 2013--The BBC announced today that it has suspended all radio broadcasts in Sri Lanka following what it called "continued interruption and interference" by a national broadcaster in the country.

Alerts   |   Myanmar

Journalists threatened in sectarian violence in Burma

Black smoke rises from burning buildings in Meikhtila, where Buddhists and Muslims have clashed since Wednesday. (AFP/Mantharlay)

Bangkok, March 25, 2013--Violent mobs have threatened journalists covering communal riots in central Burma and destroyed their reporting materials, according to news reports. The Committee to Protect Journalists calls on authorities to make the security of journalists working in the violence-hit area a top priority.

Alerts   |   India

Indian reporter who filmed attack on women free on bail

New York, March 25, 2013--The Committee to Protect Journalists welcomes the release on bail of Naveen Soorinje, a television reporter jailed for more than four months after documenting a large-scale assault on a group of young women in Karnataka state. CPJ considers the pending criminal charges to be baseless and retaliatory, and calls on authorities to drop them immediately.

Alerts   |   Pakistan

Pakistan arrests suspect linked to murder of Daniel Pearl

Daniel Pearl. (AFP)

New York, March 18, 2013--Pakistani authorities announced today that they have apprehended a militant who was allegedly involved in the 2002 murder of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl in Karachi, according to news reports.

"As with every journalist murder, any and all perpetrators in the slaying of Daniel Pearl must be prosecuted and punished," said CPJ Asia Program Coordinator Bob Dietz. "In order to curb growing impunity in Pakistan, it is imperative that authorities send the strongest possible signal that acts of anti-press violence will not go unpunished."

Alerts   |   Cambodia

Cambodia reduces jail term of journalist Sonando

Protesters demonstrate against Sonando's imprisonment outside an appeals court in Phnom Penh. (AFP/Tang Chhin Sothy)

New York, March 14, 2013--Mam Sonando, a leading independent journalist in Cambodia, is scheduled to be released from prison later this week after an appeals court reduced his 2012 conviction on inciting rebellion to a lesser charge and cut his initial 20-year jail term.

March 14, 2013 4:31 PM ET


Alerts   |   Bangladesh

In Bangladesh, press attacked with explosives

New York, March 13, 2013--Authorities in Bangladesh must immediately investigate attacks on a journalist's car and a local press club that occurred within a day of each other, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today. The attacks took place amid massive politicized strikes and demonstrations that have swept the country.

Alerts   |   India

Journalist, family, attacked with acid in India

 Dinesh Choudhary was attacked after reporting on illegal tobacco sales. Above, chewable tobacco is displayed at a roadside vendor near New Delhi. (AP/Saurabh Das)

New York, March 13, 2013--A journalist and his family were attacked with acid Tuesday in India's western state of Maharashtra, allegedly in connection with his reporting on illegal tobacco sales, according to local media.

March 13, 2013 3:14 PM ET



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