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BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand's military-appointed government prevented the launch of a new television station by former members of ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra's party, saying it was about to break the law.
MANILA: The Department of Justice will file criminal charges against 38 people believed to be members of the self-styled Sulu Sultan’s “royal army”.”
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey must speed up its reforms of legislation such as the sweeping anti-terrorism laws under which dozens of journalists have been jailed, the head of the Council of Europe said on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - Syria has banned almost all foreign journalists from the start of the uprising, but authorities have started issuing short-term visas for a limited number of journalists, who are allowed to move around accompanied by government minders.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Sudanese government forces are gang raping teenage girls and women in government-held areas of Blue Nile state in a pattern of terror against civilians, a rights group said on Monday.
Juba (Reuters) - Peace talks between key rebel groups and the Sudanese government hit an obstacle on Wednesday when one major group said it will not sit down for direct talks with Khartoum until its demands are met.
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Jordan, the United Arab Emirates and Turkey have repeatedly violated an arms embargo on Libya and it is "highly probable" that a foreign attack aircraft is responsible for a deadly strike on a migrant detention centre, according to U.N. experts monitoring the implementation of sanctions on Libya.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungary has stifled its independent media and imposed a level of control over journalists that is unprecedented in an EU country, according to a joint report from six international press watchdogs that calls on EU leaders to take action.