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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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Attacks on the Press 2015: 10 Most Censored Countries - 2. North Korea

27 April 2015 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Annual Reports

Chinese editor suspended for op-ed on North Korea ties

2 April 2013 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country News

10 Most Censored Countries - North Korea

2 May 2012 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country Reports

Attacks on the Press 2009 - North Korea

16 February 2010 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Annual Reports

Ling, Lee pardoned in North Korea, reports say

4 August 2009 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country News

Transparency sought in Lee, Ling case

17 June 2009 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country News

Call for journalists' release as trial date nears in North Korea

3 June 2009 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country News

Families of Ling, Lee urge talks to resolve detentions

1 June 2009 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country News

North Korea will try American journalists

24 April 2009 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country News

Reports say North Korea has detained U.S. journalists

19 March 2009 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country News

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