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Armenia
Monday, 03 May 2004
We write to protest your country@quot;s part in the continuing world-wide abuse of press freedom.
Azerbaijan
Monday, 03 May 2004
We write to protest your country@quot;s part in the continuing worldwide abuse of press freedom. On this day, World Press Freedom Day, there are to the best of our knowledge 193 journalists imprisoned in the jails of 29 countries, most of them solely for having done their jobs. The Azerbaijani...
Central African Republic
Monday, 03 May 2004
We write to protest your country@quot;s part in the continuing world-wide abuse of press freedom.
China
Monday, 03 May 2004
On this day, World Press Freedom Day, there are, to the best of our knowledge, 193 journalists imprisoned in the jails of 29 countries--most of them solely for having done their jobs. China is one of the 29, and we are informed that you are holding 41 journalists in prison--a number that makes...
Congo
Monday, 03 May 2004
On this day, World Press Freedom Day, there are -- to the best of our knowledge -- 193 journalists imprisoned in the jails of 29 countries, most of them solely for having done their jobs. Your country is among the 29, as you are holding Bamporiki Chamira in prison.
Cuba
Monday, 03 May 2004
We write to protest your country@quot;s part in the continuing worldwide abuse of press freedom.
Egypt
Monday, 03 May 2004
On this day, World Press Freedom Day, there are -- to the best of our knowledge -- 193 journalists imprisoned in the jails of 29 countries, most of them solely for having done their jobs. Egypt is one of the 29, and we are informed that you are holding three journalists in prison.
Eritrea
Monday, 03 May 2004
On this day, World Press Freedom Day, there are -- to the best of our knowledge -- 193 journalists imprisoned in the jails of 29 countries, most of them solely for having done their jobs. Eritrea is one of the 29, and we are informed that you are holding fully 29 journalists in prison.
Ethiopia
Monday, 03 May 2004
On this day, World Press Freedom Day, there are -- to the best of our knowledge -- 193 journalists imprisoned in the jails of 29 countries, most of them solely for having done their jobs. Ethiopia is one of the 29, and we are informed that you are holding three journalists in prison.
Iran
Monday, 03 May 2004
We write on this day, World Press Freedom Day, to protest your continuing attacks on a free press in Iran. To the best of our knowledge, there are 193 journalists imprisoned around the world -- most of them solely for having done their jobs as journalists. Among the 29 countries that have put their...