On Wednesday, the blog Radio Free Nepal posted these pictures. Three editors of the newspaper Bimarsha weekly were summoned for questioning by police after publishing blank editorial pages in the paper: their way of protesting government censorship in the wake of Nepal's recent coup. Nepali journalists face arrest for defying censorship, but they are doing what they can to get the real news out by blogging through Radio Free Nepal. The blog points us to a Human Rights Watch report on atrocities being committed by both government troops and Maoist insurgents. According to the International Crisis Group, Nepal faces an "urgent human rights crisis in Nepal that requires international action." Keep an eye on the RFN blog for firsthand reports from Nepali journalists, blogging anonymously in order to avoid being thrown in jail.
The Online Journalism Review has an article about RFN today.