World Press Freedom Day | Institute for War and Peace Reporting
World Press Freedom Day
Reporters blackmailed, threatened and attacked as government clamps down further ahead of presidential election.
Was enough done to counter incitement and intimidation online during recent elections?
Concerns that hate speech laws are being used to silence anti-corruption campaigner and other government critics.
Despite ongoing violence, some reporters argue that excessive security checks stop them getting the story.
More than two decades after independence, press freedom remains stifled in Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.
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