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Letters from prison

"Are you truly free out there? Or have you resigned yourselves to be shackled by the chains of your fears, your anxieties, your apathy?"

Post-raid trauma and blessings

From where you are now, you can probably see that the invention of untruths seems to have been a legacy and is now “institutional”

Myanmar photographer who shot anti-junta protests dies in custody

Aye Kyaw, 48, was arrested by junta troops who arrived at his home in a convoy of six military vehicles on July 30

The WE Forum raid: ‘They stole everything they could lay their...

How can we explain to a child that men in uniform can be bad men too without compromising and damaging respect for authority?

Search for safe quarters

I will never forget the look in your eyes, assuring me that all would be well eventually, as they pushed you into their car

‘I remember WE Forum’

"There are so many things happening now .... Things that would rewrite and refute all that have happened when you were still with us"

Defiant Philippine Nobel laureate Ressa fights for her freedom

"This is a newsroom that's been under attack for six years and we've prepared ourselves"

Rappler’s Maria Ressa loses appeal of cyber libel conviction

Maria Ressa and her former colleague, Rey Santos Jr., face lengthy jail sentences

Media groups rally behind Rappler

The NUJP said that aside from “touted” infrastructure projects, muzzling the free press has become Duterte’s legacy

Philippine authorities shut down news site critical of Duterte on his...

In a statement, the SEC said Rappler violated the "constitutional and statutory restrictions on foreign ownership in mass media"

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