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Fighting for Justice: Lunch with Peter Greste

Journalist Peter Greste was freed from an Egyptian prison in February after being held for 14 months on discredited terror charges – but his fight for justice is far from over.

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Obama and Abbott press for Peter Greste’s release

US President Barack Obama and Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott have personally urged the release of jailed Australian journalist Peter Greste in meetings with Egypt’s leader.

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Press Council honours Greste and Ryle

Journalists Peter Greste and Gerard Ryle recognised on World Press Freedom Day 

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Greste calls for repeal of 18C

Journalist Peter Greste has weighed in on section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act, calling for "a free and untramelled media".

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Great news of Greste’s release

Journalists around the world have cheered the release after 400 days in Egyptian prisons of Australian journalist Peter Greste.

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Greste and colleagues mark a year behind bars

Australian journalist Peter Greste and his Al Jazeera colleagues Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed are still trapped in an Egyptian prison – a year after their arrest for doing their job as journalists.

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Greste says jailing sends global message on freedoms

Australian journalist Peter Greste has declared his detention with al-Jazeera colleagues in an Egyptian jail is a powerful symbol of press freedom worldwide.

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Australia's secrecy laws include 875 offences. Reforms are welcome but don't go far enough for press

Peter Greste says it's laudable that the government recognises the threats to media freedom embedded in the law, but the answers in the review are more of the same: a set of band aids, rather than a comprehensive cure.

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2015 Melbourne Press Freedom Dinner speeches

Videos of speeches from the inuaugural event

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Visiting editor sounds hopeful note on Egypt

If Peter Greste hadn't been arrested, most Australians would never have heard about the media crackdown in Egypt, according to Egyptian journalist Lina Attalah.

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