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Two cyberdissidents handed down harsh prison sentences

Reporters Without Borders has expressed outrage after two cyberdissidents, Kong Youping and Ning Xianhua, were sentenced respectively to 15 and (...)

Published on 17 September 2004 Read

Vietnam

Dutch premier urged to press Vietnamese on ailing cyber-dissident Pham Hong Son

Reporters Without Borders today called on Dutch Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende, whose country currently holds the European Union presidency, (...)

Published on 16 September 2004 Read

Philippines

Arrests in the murders of three journalists could signal move to end impunity

Reporters Without Borders (Reporters sans frontières) today hailed the significant progress made by police in the past three weeks in three (...)

Published on 16 September 2004 Read

Burma

Military censors shut down fortnightly

Reporters Without Borders (Reporters sans frontières) and the Burma Media Association today called on the military junta’s bureau of censorship to (...)

Published on 15 September 2004 Read

Nepal

A maoist leader has apologised for the murder of a journalist

Maoist leader Krishna Bahadur Mahara has apologised for the murder of journalist Dekendra Raj Thapa (photo) in a letter sent on 11 September to (...)

Published on 15 September 2004 Read

Pakistan

Army spokesman accuses journalists of selling out Pakistan interests for a "few hundred dollars"

Reporters Without Borders today urged President Pervez Musharraf to get the armed forces spokesman (ISPR), Gen. Shaukat Sultan, to withdraw (...)

Published on 14 September 2004 Read

Indonesia

Defamation case verdicts postponed in Tempo and Supinya Klangnarong cases

Indonesia’s central court in Jakarta has postponed until 16 September 2004 its verdict in the defamation case against Tempo editor Bambang (...)

Published on 10 September 2004 Read

Pakistan

Journalist imprisoned over articles about conflict between peasants and military in Punjab

Reporters Without Borders (Reporters sans frontières) has called for the release of Sarwar Mujahid of the conservative Urdu-language daily (...)

Published on 9 September 2004 Read

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