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"The results of the ballot did not come unexpectedly for us." So said Azerbaijan's president-elect, Ilham Aliyev, shortly after his victory in what international monitors termed
The first ever, independent printing press is set to open in Kyrgyzstan, representing potential improvement in freedom of expression in Central Asia, Freedom House said today.
Freedom House welcomes the opening of the first-ever Regional Conference of the Community of Democracies for Central and Eastern Europe.
Law enforcement officials in Kyrgyzstan should cease their intimidation of non-violent human rights activists and independent journalists, Freedom House said today.
As Iraq begins the process of drafting a new constitution, religious freedom has not yet surfaced on the Bush administration's short list of non-negotiable requirements for a po
The brutal beating of a journalist in Romania last week, amidst ongoing intimidation of the media there, is the latest evidence of a deterioration of press freedom in the country, Freedom House said today.
Freedom House mourns the passing of Dragan Radulovic, a collaborator and friend, who died on October 29 after participating in a Freedom House program in the United States.
Official harassment impedes prospect of balanced and fair coverage
Freedom House today protested against ongoing persecution of political activists in Uzbekistan.
Freedom House today welcomed the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to Shirin Ebadi, an Iranian human rights defender and activist

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