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Lebanon French investigation at standstill four years after journalist Samir Kassir’s murder
2.06.2009 - On the fourth anniversary of Franco-Lebanese newspaper columnist Samir Kassir’s murder in Beirut, Reporters Without Borders today voiced its impatience with the slowness of the investigations into his death in a car bombing and reiterated its full support for his family and his widow, Giselle Khoury.
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Independent media brought under government control
1.06 - Iraq
A journalist killed and three others wounded in two bombings
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More journalists arrested as a result of tension between Palestinian factions
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President urged to halt persecution of news media
28.05 - Iraq
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27.05 - Iran
Journalist released pending trial
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