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Glenn Greenwald Assaulted by Pro-Bolsonaro Journalist During Live Broadcast
Augusto Nunes, a defender of Brazil's far-right President Jair Bolsonaro, struck Greenwald in the face after the Intercept journalist repeatedly called him a "coward."
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A Transportation Security Administration agent at a checkpoint verifying passenger identification in John Glenn Columbus International Airport. News
Victory Over 'Civil Liberties Train Wreck' as Federal Judge Rules US Terror Watchlist Unconstitutional
After years of abuse and secrecy, court's decision seen by rights advocates as very welcome but "long overdue"
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Reps. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) and Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) are reportedly going to be barred from entering Israel Thursday, a move that critics decried as authoritarian. News
'Authoritarian Behavior': Trump Voices Approval as Netanyahu Moves to Bar Tlaib and Omar From Israel
"Another new low as this country abandons all but the pretenses of democracy."
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'Huge Victory for Press Freedom': Brazil Supreme Court Bars Bolsonaro From Investigating Glenn Greenwald and The Intercept
Greenwald, co-founder of The Intercept , applauded the court for protecting journalism against "repressive, retaliatory acts threatened by the Bolsonaro government"
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'Embarrassing Nepotism': Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro Appoints Son as Ambassador to US
One critic said that it's "only a matter of time now before the son of Brazil's wannabe despot has an official meeting with the daughter of America's wannabe despot."
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Glenn Greenwald, founder and editor of The Intercept, gestures during a hearing at the Lower House's Human Rights Commission in Brasilia, Brazil, on June 25, 2019. News
'A Brutal Violation of Press Freedom': Glenn Greenwald Targeted With Investigation by Brazilian Government After Reporting on Corruption
"Criminally investigating journalist Glenn Greenwald for reporting on corruption within the Bolsonaro government is a shocking violation of his rights as a reporter."
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Journalist Glenn Greenwald is facing death threats for his reporting on Brazilian corruption. News
After Exposing 'Corrupted' Brazilian Government, Journalist Glenn Greenwald Faces Deportation Warning and Death Threats
"We have taken all the measures that we feel like we should take for our legal and physical security. After that you have to go about and do your work."
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'Truth Will Prevail,' Says Lula, After Leaked Documents Suggest He Was Imprisoned to Prevent Victory in Brazil's Presidential Election
"There is no question the procedures against former President Lula are tainted by extremely serious issues when it comes to violations of fundamental guarantees and denial of one's rights."
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Australian journalist Annika Smethurst had her home raided Tuesday by police. News
'Outrageous': Police Raid Home of Aussie Journalist Who Reported on Secret Domestic Spying Program
"If you are not concerned over a journalist being raided on the basis of 'national security concerns' for reporting on the potential over reach of Australia's security agencies into your lives, there is something seriously wrong."
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Protesters demonstrate in support of Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange outside Southwark Crown Court where he was today sentenced on May 1, 2019 in London, England. Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange, 47, was sentenced to 50 weeks in prison for breaching his bail conditions when he took refuge in the Ecuadorian Embassy in 2012 to avoid extradition to Sweden over sexual assault allegations, charges he denies. The UK will now decide whether to extradite him to US to face conspiracy charges after his whistle-blow Views
The Indictment of Assange Is a Blueprint for Making Journalists Into Felons
The First Amendment is meaningless if it only protects people the government recognizes as journalists.
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