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Censorship and freedom of information during the 18th Congress of the Chinese Communist Party

See 8 November 2012 press release Thuesday, November 13th : 04:24 PM : Dissident writer Sheng Liang Qing’s computer has been the target of (...)

Published on 8 November 2012 Read

China

Jailed netizen with cancer needs proper medical treatment

In the name of respect for human dignity, Reporters Without Borders calls for the jailed netizen and activist Ni Yulan to be transferred at once (...)

Published on 24 October 2012 Read

China

Four monks arrested at Dokar monastery for photographing self-immolation

The Chinese authorities have again raided a Tibetan monastery in order to arrest monks for circulating information about self-immolation (...)

Published on 19 October 2012 Read

China

Nobel laureate’s wife at a window, the only freedom she is allowed

Reporters Without Borders is releasing an exclusive video showing the artist Liu Xia under house arrest. The wife of China’s jailed Nobel peace (...)

Published on 12 October 2012 Read

China

Citizen journalist on trial over self-published books about environment

Reporters Without Borders condemns the trial of Liu Futang, an ailing 64-year-old citizen-journalist specializing in the environment, which began (...)

Published on 11 October 2012 Read

China

Four young Tibetans jailed for providing information about self-immolation

Reporters Without Borders is appalled to learn that more Tibetans, including a minor, have been given long jail sentences for trying to circulate (...)

Published on 4 October 2012 Read

China

Cyber dissident Wang Xiaoning freed but many Chinese netizens still in prison

Reporters Without Borders acknowledges the release today of the cyber dissident Wang Xiaoning. “We are relieved to know that Wang Xiaoning is (...)

Published on 2 September 2012 Read

China

Buddhist monk sentenced to 7 years for spreading information about Tibet

Reporters Without Borders condemns the arbitrary detention for months of the prominent Tibetan Buddhist monk Yonten Gyatso, and the seven-year (...)

Published on 23 August 2012 Read

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