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Editor harassed by intelligence agents for asking Mbeki to intercede in Hydara case

Reporters Without Borders voiced anger today at the “frightening and humiliating” treatment which Musa Saidykhan, the editor of the privately-owned (...)

Published on 28 October 2005 Read


Banjul authorities close local branch of Senegalese radio station Sud FM

Voicing outrage at the closure of a branch of the Senegalese radio station Sud FM in the Gambian capital of Banjul by police on 22 October, (...)

Published on 24 October 2005 Read


Fears of judicial onslaught on independent press as laws amended

Reporters Without Borders voiced new concern about government tactics as the National Assembly amended libel and sedition laws bringing in (...)

Published on 24 June 2005 Read


Africa-wide radio appeal six months after murder of Deyda Hydara

RSF spot Deyda Hydara english Reporters Without Borders has launched an Africa-wide radio appeal in connection with the murder of prominent (...)

Published on 15 June 2005 Read


Dismay at government-orchestrated campaign to smear slain journalist

Reporters Without Borders voiced "revulsion" today at a government-orchestrated campaign to smear murdered journalist Deyda Hydara, particularly (...)

Published on 7 June 2005 Read


Intelligence agents grill murdered editor’s partner about newspaper’s management and tax situation

Reporters Without Borders voiced amazement today that Pap Saine, the co-owner of The Point newspaper and partner of murdered journalist Deyda (...)

Published on 18 March 2005 Read


Second law curbing press freedom secretly promulgated

After learning that a second draconian press law was secretly promulgated on 28 December, Reporters Without Borders today reiterated its appeal (...)

Published on 9 March 2005 Read


Hydara case: Why have the police never questioned the "Green Boys"?

On the 40th anniversary of Gambia’s independence today, Reporters Without Borders called on police investigating the murder of journalist Deyda (...)

Published on 18 February 2005 Read

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