S and C Asia, KAZAKHSTAN
Kazakhstan's main opposition paper says its publishing house director went missing shortly after being attacked outside his home, days before the country's presidential poll..
Foreign minister says foreign journalists must be able to work freely in China, after authorities place restrictions on reporters trying to cover proposed public rallies.
Rafael Correa sues newspaper staff over a column, alleging "defamatory libel."
South Sudan security forces seized copies of a newspaper to quash a story quoting rebel claims that they would attack the southern capital.
Two journalists have been killed by gunfire and many others detained.
Two journalists murdered and another missing as Mexico's drug war has claimed about 35,000 lives.
S and C Asia, AFGHANISTAN
Rolling Stone publishes footage of troops killing Afghan civilians for sport, posing with the bloodied body of a farm worker.
HRNJ says government is failing to uphold press freedom, with security of journalists in Uganda being frail.