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WJWC condemns Algeria’s prosecution of journalists

In a move that only underlines the Algerian authorities' continued prosecution and imprisonment of journalists on vague charges, the Algiers Judicial Council has postponed the appeal trial of journalist Ihsan El Kadi to next November 20.

WJWC condemns Algeria’s prosecution of journalists

WJWC calls for release of Iranian female journalists

The state of freedom of expression in Iran continues to worsen, especially under the recent campaign of arrests in which at least 36 journalists – both male and female — have been detained in the three weeks since demonstrations broke out over the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini, according to the Iranian Journalists Syndicate.

WJWC calls for release of Iranian female journalists

WJWC Call for Dropping False Charges Against a Tunisian Activist

The Women Journalists Without Chains (WJWC) has commented that the blogger and anti- impunity activist Myriam Bribri has spent two years in the courts just for exercising the right to freedom of opinion and expression guaranteed by both domestic and international laws by exposing the security services' violations against citizens.

WJWC Call for Dropping False Charges Against a Tunisian Activist

WJWC condemns assault on journalist Noman al-Asbahi

The Women Journalists Without Chains (WJWC) strongly condemns the assault on journalist Noman Al-Asbahi and his detention without legal justification at the hands of security personnel in the al-Shamaitain District in Taiz Governorate, which constitutes a violation of the right to expression and an abuse of power.

WJWC condemns assault on journalist Noman al-Asbahi

WJWC condemns threats and harassment of journalists in Aden

The Women Journalists Without Chains (WJWC) condemns the threats against journalist Fouad Mus’ed, and arbitrary measures taken to prevent him and some other colleagues from being interviewed by satellite channels' broadcasting offices located in the Aden city under the control of the southern transitional council's militias.

WJWC condemns threats and harassment of journalists in Aden
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