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A seminar about legal applications in media cases in Jordan and the United States of America

The Center for Defending Freedom of Journalists, in collaboration with the International Research and Exchanges Board “IREX”, organized on Saturday the 3rd of November 2007 a seminar hosting Judge Pierre Leval of the Court of Appeals of the United States of America and Professor Peter Croug,  lecturer of legal sciences and comparative law at Oklahoma University in the United States of America.

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Thirty members of the Jordanian media prepare a code of professional ethics for media coverage on parliamentary elections

Thirty members of the Jordanian media issued a code of ethics following their participation in the workshop, “Covering Parliament Elections.”

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"Investing in the Future" Project Launches 2nd Training Program for Arab Lawyers and Journalists in Amman.

Under the auspices of His Excellency Nasir Judah, government spokesman, the Center for Defending Freedom of Journalists (CDFJ) in partnership with the Dutch Free Voice Foundation is launching the second training workshop of the "Investing in the Future" program.

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"Training Arab Lawyers Trainers" Workshop Opens

Director of the Center for Defending the Freedom of Journalists, Nidal Mansour, has stressed that democracy and reform cannot be secured without media freedom.

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Lower House retains imprisonment clause in Press and Publications draft law

On Wednesday the Lower House retained clauses pertaining to the imprisonment of journalists in the Press and Publications draft law. It rejected clauses related to detention for expressing an opinion, either verbally, in writing or by any other means of expression.

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CDFJ Concerned over Arrest of Journalists in Irbid

The Center for Defending the Freedom of Journalists [CDFJ] has voiced deep concern over the apprehension of journalists in Irbid during a security clampdown on persons tied up with the Al-Qa’ida Organization.

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Concern Grows over Kidnapped Fox News Journalists

The Associated Press quoted Palestinian officials as saying it was unusual for the kidnappers not to make any demands. Hamas, the Islamic group that leads the Palestinian government, issued a statement calling the abductions morally reprehensible. Palestinian Interior Minister Saeed Siyam ordered security forces to step up efforts to find the Fox News crew.

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Palestine TV claims cameraman was targeted by Israeli tank

Al-Atla was moving with a Reuters cameraman and a cameraman from the Cairo-based Ramattan News Agency to film civilians who had been caught in the fighting, when a shell landed nearby. Many civilians have been killed in a month-long offensive.

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Photojournalists Rescue Trapped Civilians In Lebanon

A group of journalists traveling together in southern Lebanon, including several photographers, helped rescue trapped civilians this week in two towns damaged by Israeli missiles.

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CDFJ Condemns Assault by some MPs on Photojournalists

The Center for Defending Freedom for Journalists (CDFJ) condemns all assaults and attacks on fellow journalists by Members of Parliament.

 

 

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Jordanian Cameraman Injured in Lebanon

Naghawi left a hospital in Beirut on Saturday after treatment for injuries from which he suffered in southern Lebanon, an official source at the Foreign Ministry said.

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Lebanese Photographer Killed in Air Strike

Layal Nagib, 23, was killed when a missile struck her while riding in a taxi. Nagib worked at Al-Jaras (The Bell) magazine and was also a freelance photographer for several other news outlets.

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IFJ Condemns Violence in Newsroom as Gunmen Raid Palestine Television

The International Federation of Journalists today condemned an armed attack by Palestinian gunmen on the studios of Palestine Television, allegedly carried out by supporters of the Palestinian governing party Hamas.

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Reuters Cameraman Freed After 12 Days in U.S. Custody

An Iraqi cameraman for Reuters news agency was released Thursday after being held for 12 days by the U.S. military. Ali al-Mashhadani, 37, was arrested at a U.S. base in his home town of Ramadi on May 20 while trying to recover Reuters cell phones confiscated from him a week earlier, Reuters reported.

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IRAQ: TV sports reporter gunned down in Baghdad

The Committee to Protect Journalists condemns the murder of an Iraqi sports journalist by unidentified gunmen in Baghdad today. Ali Jaafar, 24, was a well-known sports correspondent and anchor at Iraq’s state television channel Al-Iraqiya

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Freedom in the World 2007: Year Marked by Global "Freedom Stagnation," Setbacks for Democracy in Asia

Journalism In Egypt: Caught Between Laws And the Government

Saudi Arabia loosens press shackles, but religion and politics are still perilous topics.

Legal aid unit study focuses on lawsuits against journalists

CDFJ Hands the Parliament’s National Guidance Committee Its Comments, Reservations on the Press and Publications Draft Law

Arabic Press Reacts to Lebanese/Israeli conflict

IFJ Welcomes Partnership With Journalists in the United Arab Emirates

Qassir’s killers still at large after one year

A seminar about legal applications in media cases in Jordan and the United States of America

Thirty members of the Jordanian media prepare a code of professional ethics for media coverage on parliamentary elections

"Investing in the Future" Project Launches 2nd Training Program for Arab Lawyers and Journalists in Amman.

"Training Arab Lawyers Trainers" Workshop Opens

Lower House retains imprisonment clause in Press and Publications draft law