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The Justice statue in front of the Supreme Court building, in Brasilia, Brazil, 8 November 2011, Francisco Andrade / Contributor via Getty Images

Brazilian Supreme Court decides that State should be held responsible for journalists injured by police during protests

The Supreme Court examined the case of photographer Alex da Silveira, who lost sight in his left eye after being injured by a rubber bullet fired by the São Paulo Military Police during a protest in May 2000.

One month after the assassination of Javier Valdez Cárdenas, protesters call for an end to violence against journalists in Mexico, in Mexico City, 15 June 2017, Miguel Tovar/LatinContent via Getty Images

CPJ welcomes 2nd conviction in case of slain Mexican journalist Javier Valdez Cárdenas

Juan Francisco Picos Barrueta, known as “El Quillo,” was convicted for his role in the murder of Mexican journalist Javier Valdez Cárdenas.

A fan records a performance during a music festival, in Quebec City, Canada, 11 July 2018, Ollie Millington/Redferns

Federal government should fast track adopting Bill C-299

Requiring ISPs in Canada to accurately report speeds is an overdue fix.