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Iran: Non-stop crackdown on male and female journalists

Female and male Journalists in Iran continue to be subjected to a relentless crackdown and defamation by the regime in flagrant violation of its commitment to respect the right to freedom of expression, according to the Women Journalists Without Chains (WJWC).

Iran: Non-stop crackdown on male and female journalists

Morocco comes up with new restrictions on journalists

October 30, the Women Journalists Without Chains (WJWC) stated that the Moroccan authorities have developed new ways as a means to find journalists guilty for exercising their profession in Morocco as part of the latter's crackdown on freedom of opinion and expression.

Morocco comes up with new restrictions on journalists

WJWC calls on UAE authorities to refrain from confiscating public freedoms and repeal recent penal code

The Women Journalists Without Chains has called on the UAE to stop the crackdown on public freedoms, release prisoners of conscience, abolish the new Penal Code, the Cybercrime Law, and all laws that conflict with international standards, and with Article 30 of the UAE Constitution, whereby freedom of opinion and expressing it verbally or in writing or by other means shall be guaranteed within the limits of the law.

WJWC calls on UAE authorities to refrain from confiscating public freedoms and repeal recent penal code

WJWC denounces incitement against branch head of Yemeni Syndicate of Journalists in Aden

The branch head of the Yemeni Journalists Syndicate in Aden, Mahmoud Thabet, is subjected to a campaign of incitement and defamation with the aim of undermining his life and exposing him to serious threat after news websites and social media pages have recently shared accusations of his alleged communication with external parties, loyalty to the Houthi militia and work for parties harming the interests of journalists.

WJWC denounces incitement against branch head of Yemeni Syndicate of Journalists in Aden

WJWC calls for stopping abuses against Iraqi Journalists

 Iraqi journalists and activists exercising their right to freedom of expression suffer a number of violations and abuses in different parts of the country,  Iraqi journalists and media workers are subject to varied violations, including abductions, enforced disappearances and physical assaults, in addition to preventing arbitrarily from covering activities or events taking place in some provinces, as in the Kurdistan region of Iraq.

WJWC calls for stopping abuses against Iraqi Journalists

WJWC: stopping abuses against Iraqi Journalists

Women Journalists Without Chains (WJWC) expresses its solidarity with the detained journalists Sarteeb Weisi Qashqai and Ibrahim Ali, and wishes them to be safe, and considers their arrest a violation of press freedom and the right of expression guaranteed by the Iraqi constitution that even obligates the authorities to protect this right.

WJWC: stopping abuses against Iraqi Journalists
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