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Published on 18 September 2015Read

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Journalist sentenced to four years in prison as “pre-criminal social danger”

Reporters Without Borders today condemned the jailing of Oscar Sánchez Madan, a Matanzas province correspondent of the Miami-based Cubanet (...)

Published on 18 April 2007 Read

Cuba

On eve of official visit, Spain’s foreign minister asked to intercede on behalf of imprisoned journalists

Mr. Miguel Ángel Moratinos Cuyaubé Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation Madrid, Spain Dear Foreign Minister, You are about to (...)

Published on 30 March 2007 Read

Cuba

Spring just as sombre for independent press four years after Black Spring crackdown

Four years after the March 2003 crackdown, Cuba still has 270 prisoners of conscience including 25 journalists, which makes the island the (...)

Published on 15 March 2007 Read

Cuba

Independent journalist sentenced to 22 months in prison after being held for 19 months without trial

Reporters Without Borders voiced surprise today at the 22-month prison sentence which Roberto de Jesús Guerra Pérez, a correspondent of the (...)

Published on 28 February 2007 Read

Cuba

Two Havana-based foreign correspondents ordered to leave

Reporters Without Borders today condemned Cuba’s decision yesterday not to renew the visas of Gary Marx, the US correspondent of the Chicago (...)

Published on 23 February 2007 Read

Cuba

Minister blames US embargo for low number of Cubans online

Reporters Without Borders took issue today with comments by Cuban communications minister Ramiro Valdes yesterday describing the Internet as a (...)

Published on 13 February 2007 Read

Cuba

25th journalist arrested as regime shows no sign of easing harassment of independent media

Reporters Without Borders today condemned the detention of journalist Ramón Velázquez Toranso of the independent news Libertad, who has been held (...)

Published on 5 February 2007 Read

Cuba

Young journalist freed after being held eight days at state security headquarters

Reporters Without Borders today welcomed the news that Ahmed Rodríguez Albacia of the Jóvenes sin Censura independent news agency was released on (...)

Published on 14 December 2006 Read

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