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Committee to Protect Journalists

The Committee to Protect Journalists is an independent, nonprofit organization founded in 1981. They promote press freedom worldwide by defending the rights of journalists to report the news without fear of reprisal. Website: www.cpj.org/
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ITN journalist, covering demonstrators in Beijing, is roughed up

14 August 2008 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country News

CPJ's Web site blocked in Olympic press centers

12 August 2008 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country News

RFA reporter unable to enter China to cover Games

8 August 2008 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country News

Police in China detain, beat Japanese reporters; Reuters staffer threatened

6 August 2008 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country News

CPJ urges China to allow access to Xinjiang after attack on police

5 August 2008 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country News

Some Internet limits remain at Games; CPJ urges Olympic officials to continue open-access efforts

1 August 2008 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country News

China, IOC backtrack on Olympic Internet access

30 July 2008 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country News

China: Police re-arrest Internet writer who was on probation

22 July 2008 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country News

One month before the Olympics, media face huge hurdles

8 July 2008 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country News

China: Internet journalist sentenced to four years in prison

1 July 2008 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country News

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