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    500 Days Without Prageeth Eknaligoda

    Eknaligoda’s cartoons are critical of the Sri Lankan government, which has been accused of curtailing media freedom. It has now been over 500 days since Prageeth Eknaligoda disappeared while walking from his office to his home in Colombo.

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    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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    Judith Torrea Wins Reporters Without Borders BOB Award

    Journalist Judith Torrea’s blog, “Juárez, Under the Shadow of Drug Trafficking,” wins this year’s BOB Award for “Reporters Without Borders”, organized by Germany’s Deutsche Welle. Torrea’s blog covers drug cartel activities, government repression and police corruption in northern Mexico.

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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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    The Enemies of the Internet

    Reporters Without Borders released a new 100-page report on the state of online freedom of expression in the 10 countries it has identified as “Enemies of the Internet” and the 16 countries it is keeping “under surveillance” because of their questionable Internet policies.

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