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Legal aid unit study focuses on lawsuits against journalists

The Media Legal Aid Unit (MELAD) is conducting a comprehensive analysis of media cases covering a six-year span in order to find ways to enhance modern judicial practices in the country.

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

The Center for Defending the Freedom of Journalists [CDFJ] has stressed that the government’s press and publications draft law, which was earlier submitted to the Parliament, is not in harmony with the international standards of media freedom

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Arabic Press Reacts to Lebanese/Israeli conflict

Washington is condemned for blocking attempts by the international community to achieve a ceasefire, while the Israeli attacks are seen as having little impact on Hezbollah's ability to fight back.

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IFJ Welcomes Partnership With Journalists in the United Arab Emirates

The International Federation of Journalists, the world’s largest journalists’ group has welcomed the introduction of the Journalists Association of the UAE into the global journalists’

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Qassir’s killers still at large after one year

A year after Lebanese journalist Samir Qassir was murdered in a Beirut car bombing those responsible remain at large.

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Journalists sentenced to prison for republishing offensive cartoons

AMMAN — The Conciliation Court on Tuesday sentenced two journalists to two months in prison each for republishing controversial cartoons vilifying the Prophet Mohammad.

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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