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Belarus – Heavy restrictions for released journalists

The Belarusian security service (KGB) has released women journalists Natalya Radina and Irina Khalip, but has upheld criminal charges against them and has severely restricted their activities, report the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) and the Writers in Prison Committee of PEN International (WiPC).

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Belarus – Writer and former Belarusian PEN President, Vladimir Neklyaev, arrested and beaten

International Freedom of Expression eXchange: Vladimir Neklyaev was kidnapped from the hospital where he was taken after being beaten by security agents during post-election protests; his whereabouts

Writer and human rights lawyer detained

International Freedom of Expression eXchange: International PEN is concerned that Muharrem Erbey's arrest appears to be linked to his human rights advocacy work.

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Bearing Witness in Chechnya: The Legacy of Natalia Estemirova

PEN American Center, Human Rights Watch, the Committee to Protect Journalists, CUNY's School of Journalism, and WITNESS present: Bearing Witness in Chechnya: The Legacy of Natalia Estemirova Featuring

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