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How the Pegasus scandal was broken

(ES) Vienna. July 22, 2021 The Pegasus state-hacking scandal, which has sent shockwaves across the world, was broken by a consortium of 17 different...

UK Home Office closes in on journalists

(es) London/ Vienna  July 20, 2021 The latest proposals for UK legislation are similar to repressive moves elsewhere in Europe  - a law which would...

AEJ open letter to EU on Pegasus scandal

(ES) Athens/ Vienna  July 21, 2021 Open letter to Ursula von der Leyen, Commission President and Vice-President Vera Jourova The Israeli security company NSO has sold...

Israeli spyware sparks huge political rows

Vienna, July 20, 2021 by Edward Steen, AEJ General-Secretary Revelations about the use of Pegasus software used to spy on journalists  – including FT editor Roula...

Daphne Memorial Prize – apply pronto

(es) Brussels/ Vienna. July 20, 2021 The €20,000 Daphne Caruana Galizia prize will be awarded as of October 2021 to journalists or teams of journalists...

Georgian journalists fight back after Pride fatality

Cannes/ Tiblisi, July 15 2021 by Mark Porter Anti-gay violence, already a feature of Vladimir Putin's Russia, is spreading into formerly Soviet Georgia, with brutal police...

Fearless reporter De Vries dies of head-wounds

Amsterdam/ Vienna. July 15, 2021 by Edward Steen, AEJ Secretary-General Just over a week after being shot in broad daylight as he emerged from an Amsterdam...

“Bad faith”: Google gets 500m Euro slap in face

(es) London/ Vienna, July 14 2021 In a first halfway serious reverse for big tech, France has fined Google €500m for failing to negotiate “in...

Spanish journalist threatened on Armenian border

Yerevan/ London, July 12, 2021 by William Horsley, AEJ Media Freedom Special Representative A Spanish photojournalist visiting Armenia’s Gegharkunik province (see political map) near the border...

Turkish journalist menaced in Berlin

Ankara/ Berlin July 8, 2021 from Dogan Tilic, Ankara/ Berlin Erk Acarer, a prominent exiled opposition columnist for the independent Turkish daily BirGün, was attacked by...

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