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  • Emile Zola, 1840 – 1902

    Emile Zola was a French journalist turned novelist. His novels were attacked and even banned for their frankness and sordid detail, causing quite a bit of controversy in their day. In 1898 he incurred the wrath of officials when he published the open letter “J’Accuse,” in defense of Alfred Dreyfus, an Army officer who had

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  • Knut Hamsun

    Dikteren Knut Hamsun skrev i Aftenposten (ukjent dato). ‘Den (regjeringen) gav Ordre til Mobilisering. Den visste at vi ikke hadde noget at berge oss med overfor nogen. Men den gav ordre til Mobilisering og rømte‘. Hamsun ble tiltalt som forræder for oppropet, men ikke biskopen. I 1940 var det mange som delte Hamsun og biskopens 

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  • Marcelo Rojas

    The Damn water is Ours! In a defining struggle against globalization, the people of Cochabamba, Bolivia took back their water from the hands of a corporate conglomerate. Marcela López Levy talked to the water warriors. The writing is on the wall for water privatization: Marcelo Rojas on the streets of Cochabamba. Through the chaos of

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  • A.O. Velten

    I den beryktede Velten-saken, eller rettere sagt partipisksaken i Elverum Arbeiderparti i 1977, var A.O. Velten den person i A-partiets kommunestyre som ikke ble akseptert av gruppen dersom han ikke endret sin oppfatning i vei-saken.  (Se boken «I deres indre og for deres øyne», Lanser 1980.) I min anmeldelse av saken den gang brukte jeg

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  • Tran Khue

    By Julia Scheeres  |   04:00 PM Apr. 18, 2002 PT A free speech advocacy group is calling for the release of three Vietnamese dissidents who were recently arrested after they criticized the communist regime on the Internet. “These are just more examples of how the Vietnamese authorities are censuring freedom of expression,” said Vincent Brossell,

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  • Le Chi Quang

    By Julia Scheeres  |   04:00 PM Apr. 18, 2002 PT A free speech advocacy group is calling for the release of three Vietnamese dissidents who were recently arrested after they criticized the communist regime on the Internet. “These are just more examples of how the Vietnamese authorities are censuring freedom of expression,” said Vincent Brossell,

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  • Son Hong Pham

    By Julia Scheeres  |   04:00 PM Apr. 18, 2002 PT A free speech advocacy group is calling for the release of three Vietnamese dissidents who were recently arrested after they criticized the communist regime on the Internet. “These are just more examples of how the Vietnamese authorities are censuring freedom of expression,” said Vincent Brossell,

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  • Zouhair Yahyaoui

    PARIS –- Tunisia’s recent crackdown on cyber-dissidents has taken an ominous turn with the arrest and detention of journalist Zouhair Yahyaoui, founder and editor of the online news site TUNeZINE. Better known under the pseudonym Ettounsi (“The Tunisian”), Yahyaoui was charged Thursday under clause 2 of Article 306b of the Tunisian criminal code for “knowingly

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  • Yan Jun

    Beijing – Internet dissident Yan Jun, 32, has been sentenced to two years in prison on a subversion charge for posting essays online calling for change, including a free press and free expression, his family said on Monday. The Xian Intermediate People’s Court sentenced him on Monday morning on a charge of “inciting subversion,” his

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  • Zhang Shengqi

    Beijing – A Paris-based rights group called on China on Wednesday to release a 23-year old religious dissident arrested for using the internet to support unauthorised Christian activities. Reporters Without Borders called on Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao to order the release of Zhang Shengqi, who was arrested on November 26 for publishing internet articles supporting

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