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United States President Obama urged to raise freedom of expression in his Cairo speech
3.06.2009 - Reporters Without Borders secretary-general Jean-François Julliard wrote last week to US President Barack Obama about the frequent violations of free expression in Egypt, where Obama is due to arrive later today and deliver a major speech tomorrow on the US relationship with the Arab world. Read the Reporters Without Borders letter

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2.06 - China
Blocking of Twitter, YouTube, Flickr and Blogger deprives Chinese of Web 2.0
26.05 - Egypt
Blogger fined nearly 6,000 euros for accusing chemical company of pollution
20.05 - Cuba
Anyone can browse the Internet... unless they are Cuban
19.05 - Syria
Proposed press law reform poses new threat to Internet
15.05 - Burma
Growing restrictions on free flow of information
14.05 - Bahrain
Authorities step up offensive against journalists and websites
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