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Reporters Without Borders backs European Coalition appeal not to lift China arms embargo

Open Letter to the European Union from the European Coalition Against the Lifting the EU’s Embargo on Weapons Sales to China Friday 3 December (...)

Published on 3 December 2004 Read

China

Reformist journalists and intellectuals punished and censored

Reporters Without Borders has alerted the European delegation to the EU-China summit in the Netherlands on 8 December that China has launched a (...)

Published on 3 December 2004 Read

Maldives

Personal account : Fathimath Nisreen, cyber-dissident imprisoned in the Maldives

"I was never physically tortured. But the psychological scars from what I underwent in prison are irreversible." Fathimath Nisreen was arrested (...)

Published on 2 December 2004 Read

China

Journalist Yu Dongyue reportedly loses his mind after being tortured

Reporters Without Borders called today on European Commission President José Manuel Barroso to use the upcoming EU - China Summit to urge the (...)

Published on 2 December 2004 Read

Burma

Junta releases only one of the country’s 13 imprisoned journalists

Reporters Without Borders and the Burma Media Association today hailed the release of Ko Sein Ohn after eight years and two months in prison but (...)

Published on 30 November 2004 Read

China

Liu Jingsheng released after 12 and a half years in prison

Reporters Without Borders welcomed the release of Liu Jingsheng, dissident and founder of the underground magazine Tansuo (Investigation), freed (...)

Published on 29 November 2004 Read

China

Google urged to react after Chinese authorities block Google News

Reporters Without Borders today condemned the action of the Chinese authorities in blocking access to Google’s news website, Google News, for the (...)

Published on 29 November 2004 Read

Philippines

Hit man guns down photojournalist

A hit man gunned down photojournalist Allan Dizon in the central city of Cebu on 27 November, bringing to 12 the number of journalists murdered (...)

Published on 29 November 2004 Read

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