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Biniam Simon, an Eritrean refugee journalist in France. “The entire country is a prison camp for journalists.”
Published on 27 September 2012Read
Shahnaz Gholami, Iranian journalist. An arrest warrant said “Articles endangering national security were found in her home.”
Published on 20 September 2012Read
Freddy Mulongo, a journalist from the Democratic Republic of Congo. “When a minister disagrees, he comes and closes your radio station. That’s how things are.”
Published on 6 September 2012
Parvin Ardalan, Iranian feminist and journalist, winner of the Reporters Without Borders Netizen Prize.
Published on 30 August 2012
Aye Chan Naing, a Burmese refugee journalist in Norway. “Our journalists risk their lives by saying the truth.”
Published on 23 August 2012
Agil Khalil, an Azerbaijani refugee journalist in France. “It is thanks to Reporters Without Borders that I am alive today.”
Published on 16 August 2012
Lucie Umukundwa, a Rwandan refugee journalist in France. Accused of high treason because of her outspoken reporting.
Published on 9 August 2012
Halgurd Samad, a journalist from Iraqi Kurdistan. “I got death threats because of articles regarded as subversive.”
Published on 2 August 2012
Journalism in Syria, impossible job?
Brazil, the country of thirty Berlusconis
The Burmese Spring