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March 9, 2015 - Letter to Lithuanian on Banning Russian Government-Controlled TV Channels

Lithuanian President’s Office                                                      9 March 2015
S. Daukanto a. 3,
LT-01122 Vilnius, Lithuania
tel. 370 706 64 154, fax 370 706 64 145,

Lietuvos radijo ir televizijos komisija
Valstybės biudžetinė įstaiga
Šeimyniškių g. 3A
LT-09312 Vilnius, Lithuania
Chairman Edmundas Vaitiekūnas
Tel. 370 5 233 0660, fax 370 5 264 7125, el. p. lrtk@rtk.lt

Madame President, Excellencies :

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Nov. 5, 2014 - WPFC Statement To UN Interagency Meeting on Safety of Journalists and against Impunity

Strasbourg, France, 4 Nov. 2014

I’d like to suggest that we draft a text for submission by interested news media freedom NGOs to UN bodies to broaden international law to protect the rights of news gatherers to seek and distribute news and information, not only as now in interstate wartime under Article 79 of the Geneva Convention’s Additional Protocols, but also in times of peace,  tensions and civil strife.

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Nov. 3, 2014 - Letter of Support Requesting Russian Authorities to Investigate the Murder of Journalist Akhmednabi Akhmednabiyev

Aleksandr Bastrykin
Head of the Investigative Committee of Russian Federation
The Investigative Committee of Russian Federation
105005, Russia, Moscow,
Technicheskii Lane, 2

Sunday 2 November 2014

Dear Mr Bastrykin,

RE: Request for investigation into the murder of Akhmednabi Akhmednabiyev to be transferred to the Central Investigative Department of the Russian Federation’s Investigative Committee.

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