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Published on 29 October 2014Read

Cameroon

Three journalists held in several defamation cases

Reporters Without Borders condemns the muzzling of the press in Cameroon, where three journalists are currently held on defamation charges, and (...)

Published on 23 October 2014 Read

Cameroon

Summonses and suspensions threaten media environment

Reporters Without Borders is concerned about the growing intransigence of the National Communication Council (CNC), Cameroon’s media regulator, (...)

Published on 19 November 2013 Read

Cameroon

Are Douala’s judges colluding with local big shots to silence journalists?

Reporters Without Borders is alarmed by journalist and cartoonist Charles Fils Elangue’s detention for the past six days in the business capital (...)

Published on 13 June 2013 Read

Cameroon

Jail sentences for three journalists on eve of media conference

Reporters Without Borders is appalled by this week’s court decision to sentence fugitive journalist Simon Hervé Nko’o in absentia to 15 years in (...)

Published on 5 December 2012 Read

Cameroon

Reporters Without Borders loses exemplary correspondent in Jules Koum Koum, killed in car accident

Reporters Without Borders secretary-general Jean-François Julliard, the head of the organization’s Africa Desk, Ambroise Pierre, and the rest of (...)

Published on 5 November 2011 Read

Cameroon

After visiting Cameroon, Reporters Without Borders urges government to take action

Reporters Without Borders visited Cameroon from 26 September to 2 October to assess the degree of media freedom during the campaign for the 9 (...)

Published on 5 October 2011 Read

Cameroon

President accused journalists of being dishonest and corrupt

08YAOUNDE800 A confidential cable from the US embassy in Yaoundé, dated 6 October 2008 and released by WikiLeaks on 30 August 2011, reported that (...)

Published on 9 September 2011 Read

Cameroon

Blocked for more than 10 days, is Twitter via SMS in the process of being restored?

Reporters Without Borders is having difficulty establishing whether Cameroonian mobile phone operator MTN’s Twitter via SMS service has finally (...)

Published on 22 March 2011 Read

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