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Mexico

Journalist who fled abroad describes protective mechanism’s flaws

Reporters Without Borders is today releasing a video interview in which Verónica Basurto Gamero, a young independent journalist who used to be (...)

Published on 27 May 2013 Read

Thématiques

Reporters Without Borders creates mirror sites to fight censorship

Reporters Without Borders launches a new mirror operation : ZambianWatchDog. Feel free to spread the word about this operation on Twitter using (...)

Published on 4 September 2012 Read

Helping journalists

Refugee journalists are particularly vulnerable and need better protection

Read in Chinese / 看中文 On the eve of World Refugee Day, Reporters Without Borders is alerting United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees António (...)

Published on 19 June 2012 Read

Iran

Support for Khabarnegaran Iran, a news website for Iranian journalists

Around 250 journalists have been arrested and given long jail terms during the past two years in Iran. Journalists and newspapers that fail to (...)

Published on 1 February 2012 Read

Côte d’Ivoire

Emergency funds for targeted journalist unable to get medical treatment

Reporters Without Borders is providing temporary financial assistance to Awa Ehoura, a journalist who presented the 8 p.m. news programme on (...)

Published on 20 January 2012 Read

Pakistan

Training journalists in handling danger in Pakistan’s Tribal Areas

Pakistan was the world’s deadliest country for journalists for the second year running in 2011. Ten journalists were killed in Pakistan last year, (...)

Published on 10 January 2012 Read

Africa

Eritrean journalist freed in Khartoum, Sudanese newspaperwoman detained

The Eritrean editorial writer and journalist, Jamal Osman Hamad, who runs the website adoulis.com, was released by Sudanese security forces in (...)

Published on 16 December 2011 Read

Americas

Community media under attack in three countries

At least five privately-owned local and community-based media organizations in three South American countries have been the targets of violent (...)

Published on 24 November 2011 Read

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