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Cartoon: Je Suis Erdogan

Two Turkish journalists face imprisonment for reprinting Charlie Hebdo cartoons.

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The Ataturk Cultural Center has been closed for seven years. Photo provided by the author.

Freedom of… Depression!

Tarık Günersel provides a round up of last month’s obstacles to freedom of expression in Turkey, and adds an Earth Day-themed remark.

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Cartoon: Immigrants and Their Audience

A UN expert has said that wealthy countries’ inaction is creating a market for smugglers.

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Journalist Moayad al-Haidari of Radio Free Europe/Radio Free Iraq. Photo provided by Mr. al-Haidari.

“Our Enemy Could Be Anyone”: An Interview with Moyad Al Haidari of Radio Free Iraq

Moayad al-Haidari, former Bureau Chief for Radio Free Iraq in Baghdad, discusses the impact of the US Occupation of Iraq on the media landscape in that country today.

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Ruki Fernando's reportage on Tamil human rights issues has led to his arrest. Photo provided by Mr. Fernando.

The Freedom Chat Transcripts: Sri Lankan Human Rights Defender Ruki Fernando

In this Freedom Chat, Ruki Fernando, a Sri Lankan human rights defender, discusses impunity, war crimes, and militant Buddhism.

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Excerpt: The Dream of My Return by Horacio Castellanos Moya
by Horacio Castellanos Moya / April 6, 2015
The Dream of My Return is the newest novel by City of Asylum writer-in-residence Horacio Castellanos Moya. Read more...
The Ataturk Cultural Center has been closed for seven years. Photo provided by the author.
Freedom of… Depression!
by Tarık Günersel / April 23, 2015
Tarık Günersel provides a round up of last month’s obstacles to freedom of expression in Turkey, and adds an Earth Day-themed remark. Read more...
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Egypt: Documentary with Ramy Essam and censored artists
by Free Muse / March 17, 2015
The Association for Freedom of Thought and Expression recently released a documentary exploring freedom of creativity in Egypt by interviewing the artists that have been subjected to governmental censorship. Read more...

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