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(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
The US-based press freedom group, Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ,) has expressed deep concern that many of those responsible for the deaths of journalists during Tajikistan's 1992-97 civil war have still not been brought to justice. Following meetings with Tajik journalists and government officials, a CPJ delegation urged the Tajik government to prosecute those responsible for the killing of journalists and "combat the culture of fear and self-censorship" left over from the civil war. The following is an excerpt from the CPJ press release as published by the Tajik news agency Varorud in Russian on 30 July: