In this photo taken on May 24, 2012, Spanish reporters Javier Espinosa, right, and Ricardo Garcia Vilanova, left, pose for a photo during the ceremony of the Miguel Gil journalisms awards in Barcelona, Spain. (AP Photo/Joan Borras)
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Reporters Without Borders Sunday welcomed the release of two Syrian media activists freed in an Eid gesture, but called for a third man detained with them to also be freed.A third activist detained with them, prominent journalist and rights advocate Mazen Darwish, does not appear to have been freed, said the group known by its French acronym RSF.RSF says at least 30 journalists and bloggers are being held in Syrian government prisons and other detention centers.Some 200,000 people are detained in Syrian government detention centers, prisons and security facilities, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a British-based activist group.
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