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3,000 foreign journalists are working in Ukraine, six have been killed

The Geneva-based Press Emblem Campaign (PEC) said Saturday that 3,000 foreign journalists are working in Ukraine but six have been killed, dozens wounded and...

12 journalists killed in one month, PEC demands justice

Geneva: Expressing shock over the murder of a record number of 12 journalists in the first month of 2022, the global media safety and...

PEC maintains demand for release of all Burmese journalists

Nava J ThakuriaGeneva: Appreciating the release of three digital media workers in Myanmar recently, the global media safety & rights body Press Emblem Campaign...

Burmese junta continues to arrest scribes, PEC condemns military atrocities

Geneva: As the military rulers of Myanmar (also known as Burma and Brahmadesh) continue to arrest scribes in the south-east Asian country, the global...

PEC demands probe into Chin journalist’s killing

Nava J Thakuria Geneva: Press Emblem Campaign (PEC), the global media safety and rights body, condemns the killing of Chin journalist Pu Tui Dim...

Nearly 2000 journalists died with Covid-19 in 94 countries

Geneva (PEC): Nearly 2000 journalists died of Covid-19 in 94 countries since March 2020. Last year, in 2021, at least 1400 media workers succumbed...

Burmese photojournalist dies in military custody, PEC deplores

Nava J ThakuriaGeneva: Freelance photojournalist Ko Soe Naing died lately under the Myanmar military custody and thus the young scribe becomes the first media-victim...

Ethnic Shan journalists jailed in Myanmar, PEC deplores sentences

Nava J ThakuriaGeneva: Three ethnic Shan journalists along with a civilian were imprisoned for three years recently by a military court in Myanmar for...

Afghanistan followed by Mexico, Pakistan, India emerge dangerous for journalists in 2021

Nava J ThakuriaGeneva/Guwahati: Afghanistan and Mexico are the most dangerous countries for media work this year, the Press Emblem Campaign (PEC) said in its...

PEC demands unconditional release of all Myanmar journalists

Nava J ThakuriaGeneva: As the year approaches its end, Myanmar continues to be an unsafe country for journalists in particular and pro-democracy activists in...

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