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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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Nigerian radio journalist killed in ambush

16 October 2008 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country News

Nigeria: CPJ welcomes release of Moussa Kaka

7 October 2008 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country News

Nigeria: CPJ condemns ongoing TV suspension and detention of journalists

18 September 2008 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country News

Nigeria: Translator must again report to security services

16 September 2008 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country News

Translator still under interrogation in Nigeria

11 September 2008 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country News

Filmmaker Berends freed, Nigerian still faces questioning

9 September 2008 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country News

Nigeria: Journalist and translator temporarily released

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

Nigeria: Journalist and media worker detained in Port Harcourt

2 September 2008 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country News

Nigeria: Film crew arrested along Niger Delta

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

Attacks on the Press in 2007 - Nigeria

February 2008 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Annual Reports

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