• Iraneda
    IraNeda: Uncut Coverage from Iran

    Sponsored by Reporters without Borders, IraNeda is a participative, independent satellite TV station launched by fifteen leading members of the Iranian diaspora, including several journalists, to combat news censorship in Iran.

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    Covering Enemies of the Internet

    Burma, China, Cuba and Iran are first four countries on the list of Enemies of the Internet that Reporters Without Borders released March 12. Read Sampsonia Way’s coverage of these countries in interviews, articles and blog updates.

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  • A Thorn in the Side of Georgia’s Rose Revolution
    A Thorn in the Side of Georgia’s Rose Revolution

    Vakhtang Komakhidze was an investigative journalist in Georgia with a nose for a story and a record of annoying the authorities. His revelations of official corruption ended in the death threats which forced him to seek asylum in Switzerland. Robin Oisín Llewellyn talked to him about the limits of media freedom in Georgia.

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