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Information minister responds to RWB press release

Equatorial Guinea’s minister of information, press and radio, Agustin Nzé Nfumu, has written to Reporters Without Borders in response to its 4 (...)

Published on 10 January 2013 Read

Equatorial Guinea

Media freedom defender’s mysterious death in late 2012

Reporters Without Borders would like to voice its sadness about press freedom defender Manuel Nzé Nsongo’s death in late November, together with (...)

Published on 4 January 2013 Read

Equatorial Guinea

Letter sent to Ms. Bokova to state our concerns about the UNESCO-Obiang Nguema Mbasogo International Prize for Research in the Life Sciences

Eleven organizations which participated in the consultative process for the UN Inter Agency Meeting on the Safety of Journalists and the Issue of (...)

Published on 28 September 2011 Read

Equatorial Guinea

“We won’t go to Malabo”

The African Union’s 17th summit is about to take place in Equatorial Guinea, one of Africa’s most closed countries for journalists and one of the (...)

Published on 29 June 2011 Read

Equatorial Guinea

In wave of censorship, authorities suspend state radio broadcasts, journalist

Reporters Without Borders condemns a wave of government censorship in the past few days at Radio-Télévision Nationale de Guinée Équatoriale (RTVGE), (...)

Published on 4 March 2011 Read

Equatorial Guinea

Blogger and literary magazine editor starts hunger strike in protest against lack of freedom

Juan Tomás Ávila Laurel, a novelist, blogger and editor of the arts and literature magazine Atanga, left Equatorial Guinea for Spain early today (...)

Published on 15 February 2011 Read

Equatorial Guinea

AFP correspondent held for five hours by police in Malabo

Reporters Without Borders today condemned the five-hour detention of Samuel Obiang Mbana, correspondent for Agence France-Presse (AFP) and Africa (...)

Published on 16 April 2010 Read

Equatorial Guinea

President dominates state media election coverage, opposition invisible

In the absence of any independent media, Reporters Without Borders condemns the state-owned media’s totally one-sided coverage of the campaign for (...)

Published on 27 November 2009 Read

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