Lydia Cacho said an unfamiliar voice came over her security system's speaker warning her "not to mess with us" or "we will send you home in little pieces."
Habarugira Epaphrodite was charged with "spreading genocide ideology" after he mixed up the Kinyarwanda words for “victims” and “survivors,” making it sound as though he approved of the genocide.
Dr. Oswaldo Godoy had told the paper that the hospital has limited operational capacity because of renovation projects that have been taking place for several years.
A civil court found that Zunar's arrest had been lawful, while the continued holding of his books and artwork was not.
L. Bayaraa was detained twice while under investigation and finally ordered to pay compensation to a member of parliament.
The blocking of communications has taken place as dozens of deaths have been reported after troops were sent to the region to arrest those responsible for the murder of the local state security chief.
Vital Ruhayn was arrested after posting a video online showing a lack of security on the Minsk subway, which was the target of a deadly bombing in April 2011.
Local journalists suspect the ban may be related to a series of articles in the paper linking authorities to the kidnap and torture in late June of a physician who had led a doctor's strike.
The authorities have done little to guarantee press freedom, as investigations into recent attacks have not advanced and no one has been detained.
Atsushi Okudera was assaulted while he was taking photos of police beating protestors.
Butan City authorities seized illegally logged timber after receiving a tip from journalist Richmond Hinayon.
The activists have been accused of being foreign countries' agents and of threatening the security of the country.
A jailed blogger's mother died after setting fire to herself to protest her daughter's trial.
Under Law 6325, adopted on 5 July, prosecution of journalists accused of propaganda on behalf of terrorist organizations may be suspended or abandoned.
Fatima Khaled Saad was rushed to Latakia military hospital after being mistreated during a lengthy interrogation by intelligence officers.
The threat read: "To remain silent is many times better, especially when you have children who can suddenly suffer an apparent 'death'. For a father the family is the most cherished thing, isn't it?"
"A theater should be able to offer critical and provocative work without fearing that its staff will be arrested and abused," said Human Rights Watch.
One year after Ahmad Omaid Khpalwak's death, the odds that a journalist could be killed by U.S. forces' fire seem, unfortunately, to be as high as ever, notes CPJ.
Citizen Lab has provided a disturbing look into the use of a program to remotely invade and control the computers of Bahraini activists.
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The case concerns the trial of a man caught selling pirated copies of an allegedly defamatory TV documentary.