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Another blogger held, RWB calls for his immediate release

Better known by the blog name of Nguyen Ngoc Gia, he was arrested at his Ho Chi Minh City home, which was searched by police. The public security (...)

Published on 31 December 2014 Read


Geo TV, target of Pakistan spy agency

Attacks on press freedom by a party in power and by political factions have been on the increase in 2014, even as violence committed by non-state (...)

Published on 24 December 2014 Read


TV cameraman dies of injuries sustained in Taliban suicide bombing

RWB offers its condolences to Hatami’s family and friends and urges the Afghan authorities to do more to protect journalists, especially from the (...)

Published on 22 December 2014 Read


RWB supports legal action against secrets law

Passed a year ago by the Japanese parliament, the Act on the Protection of Specially Designated Secrets (SDS) provides for sentences of up to 10 (...)

Published on 15 December 2014 Read


Court finds British journalist guilty of contempt

The case has reinforced Reporters Without Borders’ concern about the readiness of Bangladesh’s courts to convict journalists of contempt of court. (...)

Published on 3 December 2014 Read


Another blogger arrested for “abusing democratic freedoms”

Hong Le Tho was arrested on 29 November for posting an article critical of the ruling Communist Party on his blog “Nguoi Lot Gach” (...)

Published on 2 December 2014 Read


Long jail term for website editor critical of military coup

The court halved the nine-year term because Somsak Pakdeedech, detained since his arrest by soldiers three days after the 22 May military coup, (...)

Published on 26 November 2014 Read


Journalist beaten unconscious by eight policemen

Reporters Without Borders is appalled by the brutality of the attack on Truong Minh Duc, who was ambushed by eight policemen and then beaten (...)

Published on 25 November 2014 Read

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