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Journalist’s work ban takes effect, setting bad precedent in Honduras

Reporters Without Borders condemns the outragous ban that has prevented Globo TV presenter Julio Ernesto Alvarado from working as a journalist (...)

Published on 16 November 2015 Read


Travel ban prevents journalist from attending hearing on his case

Honduran immigration officials at Tegucigalpa’s international airport prohibited Alvarado from leaving the country on the grounds that his (...)

Published on 21 October 2015 Read


The Harper Years: Tough Times For Reporters In Canada

Despite the fact that Canada currently remains among the top ranking countries in RSF’s World Press Freedom Index, freedom of the press and access (...)

Published on 16 October 2015 Read


Latin American countries violating international law

Last month, Venezuela defied a judgment by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights while Honduras rebuffed a request from the Inter-American (...)

Published on 16 October 2015 Read

United States

Holly Sterling asks for President Obama’s pardon

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) takes this occasion to reiterate its concerns about the precedent set in the United States’ government’s case (...)

Published on 15 October 2015 Read


Media pluralism in danger: RSF launches Media Ownership Monitor in Colombia

For the project, a joint team of researchers collected, investigated, analyzed and contextualized information about media ownership in Colombia. (...)

Published on 13 October 2015 Read


Window-dressing for papal visit

The Cuban government’s announced release of 3,522 prisoners a week before Pope Francis’s arrival today for a five-day visit was a public relations (...)

Published on 18 September 2015 Read

United States

Jeffrey Sterling latest victim of the US’ war on whistleblowers

On June 16, 2015 Jeffrey Sterling self-surrendered to the Englewood Federal Correctional Institution in Colorado, almost 900 miles from his home. (...)

Published on 18 September 2015 Read

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