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Government must respect right to report news

Reporters Without Borders condemns all the methods that the Afghan security services use to obstruct journalists trying to covering suicide (...)

Published on 19 April 2011 Read


Gunmen destroy radio station’s equipment in night-time attack

Reporters Without Borders condemns a night-time attack by eight gunmen on Radio Paiman in the northeastern city of Baghlan on 31 January and (...)

Published on 2 February 2011 Read


Hojatullah Mujadadi acquitted and freed after four months in prison

Reporters Without Borders hails leading Afghan journalist Hojatullah Mujadadi’s acquittal today at the end of a two-day trial on a trumped-up (...)

Published on 19 January 2011 Read


Acid attack on prominent journalist

Reporters Without Borders condemns the assault yesterday on a leading journalist and writer who was the victim of an acid attack as he left his (...)

Published on 19 January 2011 Read


Editor freed after 28 hours in detention

Reporters Without Borders welcomes yesterday’s release of Assadolah Vahidi, editor of the Afghan daily Sarnewesht, 28 hours after he was (...)

Published on 11 January 2011 Read


“Baseless” Taliban accusation against kidnapped French journalists

Reporters Without Borders regards as baseless and unacceptable a claim by Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid that Hervé Ghesquière and Stéphane (...)

Published on 3 January 2011 Read


Video proving French TV hostages “still alive” is not enough

With just days to go to the first anniversary of the abduction of French TV journalists Hervé Ghesquière and Stéphane Taponier and three Afghan (...)

Published on 21 December 2010 Read


Support Joao Silva

New York Times photographer Joao Silva was badly injured by a mine in southern Afghanistan on 23 October and had to have both legs amputated (...)

Published on 25 November 2010 Read

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