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Philippines

Murder of journalist is eighth this year

Reporters Without Borders condemned the murder of radio presenter, Eldy Gabinales, who was shot dead in Tandag, on Mindanao island, in the south (...)

Published on 20 October 2004 Read

Sri Lanka

Family of  journalist Mayilvaganam Nimalarajan demands justice, four years after his murder

Reporters Without Borders urged President Chandrika Kumaratunga to revive an investigation into the murder of Tamil journalist Mayilvaganam (...)

Published on 18 October 2004 Read

Maldives

Concern about the fate of four cyberdissidents two months after their arrest

Reporters Without Borders expressed concern about four cyberdissidents who were arrested on 13 August 2004 as police broke up a pro-democracy (...)

Published on 13 October 2004 Read

Nepal

The army hounds a daily newspaper in Nepalgunj

Reporters Without Borders (Reporters sans frontières) has protested after a group of soldiers forced a staff-member of a daily newspaper to open (...)

Published on 11 October 2004 Read

China

French president asked to press for release of cyberdissident Huang Jinqui serving 12 years

Reporters Without Borders urged Jacques Chirac to press for the release of journalist and cyberdissident Huang Jinqiu, serving 12 years in jail, (...)

Published on 11 October 2004 Read

China

Jacques Chirac, on visit to Beijing, taxed about sales of French equipment to jam foreign broadcasts into China

Reporters Without Borders (Reporters sans frontières) signalled to Jacques Chirac that a French firm has sold China equipment to jam foreign (...)

Published on 8 October 2004 Read

Nepal

Maoist chief issues death threats against three journalists

Three journalists working for national newspapers in the central Parbat region have received death threats from a local Maoist leader after they (...)

Published on 7 October 2004 Read

China

French President Chirac urged to use Chengdu visit to press for release of cyberdissident Huang Qi

Reporters Without Borders (Reporters sans frontières) has called on French President Jacques Chirac, due to visit Chengdu on 8-9 October, to press (...)

Published on 7 October 2004 Read

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