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Published on 10 April 2014Read

Tajikistan

Appeal court urged to overturn damages order

Reporters Without Borders calls on Tajikistan’s justice system to overturn a ruling against the weekly Asia Plus and its editor, Olga Tutubalina, (...)

Published on 8 April 2014 Read

Kazakhstan

Increasingly suffocating climate for media freedom

Reporters Without Borders is very disturbed by the decline in media freedom in Kazakhstan, with arrests and trials of critical journalists and (...)

Published on 3 April 2014 Read

Armenia

Bill poses danger to online freedom of information

Reporters Without Borders is very worried by a bill amending article 1087.1 of the civil code that Armenia’s parliament is to debate tomorrow. It (...)

Published on 30 March 2014 Read

Turkey

YouTube blocked as cyber-censorship mounts in run-up to election

The High Council for Telecommunications (TIB) blocked YouTube in Turkey today, applying a decision adopted by the authorities earlier in the day (...)

Published on 27 March 2014 Read

Turkey

Toxic climate for media a week ahead of elections

Read in Turkish / Türkçe Municipal and regional elections regarded as a key test for Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s government will be held (...)

Published on 22 March 2014 Read

Turkey

Blocking of Twitter – “worthy of the most repressive regimes”

Read in Turkish / Türkçe Reporters Without Borders condemns Turkey’s blocking of Twitter, which began at around midnight last night, just nine days (...)

Published on 21 March 2014 Read

Ukraine

Journalists must be free to work without being threatened

Reporters Without Borders condemns an attack on Oleksandr Panteleymonov, acting CEO of the National Ukrainian Television Company (NTKU), on the (...)

Published on 19 March 2014 Read

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