[fund] persecution of opposition

Jelveh Javaheri of Iran and Aung San Suu Kyi of Burma have many differences at personal and political level but they are both prisoners of conscience.
Reporters Without Borders is concerned about freedom of expression in Bahrain. In the past couple of months, two journalists have been charged because of what they wrote and the information ministry has stepped up Internet filtering.
Fears are growing for the safety of the doctors who acted as the eyes and ears of the world during the Sri Lankan army's final assault on the Tamil Tigers's last stronghold in the north-east of the country.
Reporters sans frontières s’inquiète pour la situation de la liberté d’expression. En 2 mois, deux journalistes ont été poursuivis en raison de la publication de leurs articles et le ministère de l’Information a élargi sa campagne de filtrage d’Internet.
International pressure may have set Roxana Saberi free, but the plight of seven Iranian Baha'is, imprisoned in Tehran a year ago, has gone largely unnoticed.
Condamnée à huit ans de prison pour espionnage, la journaliste irano-américaine a vu, 11 mai, sa peine réduite en appel à deux ans avec sursis. Quelques heures plus tard la journaliste a franchi le portail de la prison d'Evine, accueillie par ses parents.
The Iranian-American journalist who was sentenced to eight years of jail on charges of spying for Washington was released Monday after an appeal court reduced the sentence, her lawyer said.
Le père de la journaliste irano-américaine Roxana Saberi, condamnée en Iran à huit années de prison pour espionnage, s'est dit inquiet pour la vie de sa fille.
Iranian-American journalist Roxana Saberi, who was jailed for eight years for spying earlier this month, has pledged to stay on hunger strike until she is released.
Maryam Malek a member of the One Million Signatures Campaign, was transferred to Evin Prison on April 26, 2009.
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