• Honduras Report
    Honduras: Journalism in the Shadow of Impunity

    Since the coup in Honduras of 2009, at least 32 Honduran journalists have been killed and many more continue to work in a climate of fear and self-censorship. A new PEN International report documents the intertwining roles that allow the violence to continue with near complete impunity.

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  • Protestors throwing tires in the fire.
    Revolution in Kiev, Ukraine

    On January 22nd and 23rd, Ilya Varlamov, a Russian social activist blogger and photographer, went to report on the anti-government protests in Kiev. The following are excerpts from entries originally posted in his blog. We’ve included a slideshow of photographs Varlamov took for his reporting.

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  • Cartoon Puzzle
    Cartoon: Puzzle

    Repression of the press is a puzzle, and the pieces can take many forms: outright censorship by the state is one form, but the latest arrest of four Al Jazeera journalists in Egypt might be considered another. Cartoon by Ángel Ramiro Zapata Mora (Colombia).

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  • Nu Nu Yi: The Writer, the Role Model, and the Bird
    Ten Most-Read Columns of 2013

    We look back at the most-read columns of 2013, featuring contributions from Tarik Günersel (Turkey), Bina Shah (Pakistan), Khet Mar (Burma), Israel Centeno (Venezuela), Hamdy el-Gazzar (Egypt), Tienchi Martin-Liao (China), Horacio Castellanos Moya (El Salvador), and Yaghoub Yadali (Iran).

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  • FRIENDS! by Deb Milbrath
    Cartoon: The ‘Social’ in Social Media

    ‘We are becoming a very removed world with oh so many friends.’ Today’s cartoon comes to us from Deb Milbrath (USA). Sampsonia Way’s Cartoons section features cartoonists from around the world whose work offers unique political and social commentary, as well as sharp wit.

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