Freedom predators
Xi Jinping replaces former Chinese President Hu Jintao as a "predator." "The change of person has not in any way affected the repressive system developed by China’s Communist Party."
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi’s party, the Muslim Brotherhood.
Syrian rebel group Jabhat al-Nusra is accused of human rights abuses, just as the Assad regime is.
Baloch armed groups in Pakistan have created "information black holes' in parts of the country
In the Maldives, extremist religious groups have been intimidating news media and imposing a religious agenda in the lead-up to July 2013 elections.
Abdulkadir Hussein Mohamed is no longer the repressive information minister of Somalia.
Burmese President Thein Sein, installed as president in March 2011, has freed all jailed journalists and bloggers.
Hamas and Palestinian Authority security forces have been dropped because the number of their press freedom violations has fallen dramatically in the past four years.
ETA, a Basque-separatist group in Spain

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