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Judge blocks extradition of Julian Assange to USA

In a ruling in which she accepted nearly every argument from U.S. government, Judge Vanessa Baraitser agreed with the defense’s claims that the U.S....

Free expression organisations call for release of Julian Assange from jail

Free expression organisations call for release of Julian Assange from jail RSF and AEJ are among over 40 press freedom and human rights groups which...

AEJ against extradition of Julian Assange to USA

AEJ welcomes end of solitary-confinement for Wiki-Leaks-publisher Julian Assange in British high-security prison of Belmarsh. On February 24th the extradition-hearing will start at a London...

The Assange case concerns the public’s right to know but also public trust in a free press

"The Assange case concerns the public’s right to know but also public trust in a free press"   Protecting media freedom is a core principle and...

A false start and Johnson govt’s assault on truth

London/ Vienna  July 3, 2021 by Edward Steen, Secretary-General As if Brexit, a pandemic, and an economic crisis were not enough, UK media journalists now face...

Fightback on media freedom ‘getting stronger’

London, May 2, 2021 Commentary by William Horsley, AEJ Media Freedom Representative, to mark World Press Freedom Day 2021. In a message for this year’s World...

The EU must finally show more energy in defending freedom of the press

Guest commentary by former AEJ President Otmar Lahodynsky in the Wiener Zeitung February 18, 2021 MEDIA FREEDOM IN DANGER The EU must finally show more energy in defending...

Media Freedom attacked with impunity

“Media freedom attacked with impunity in Europe” By Otmar Lahodynsky   The original version of this  article was published in the Austrian newspaper „Die Presse“  on 2...

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