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Seven journalists assaulted and three radio stations torched in a bloody weekend for press freedom

Seven journalists have come under attack in a bloody increase in assaults on the media, as an uprising spread in Haiti. One journalist was shot (...)

Published on 24 February 2004 Read


Serious decline in press freedom deplored after 40 attacks so far this year

Reporters Without Borders today denounced as "intolerable" nearly 40 attacks on press freedom so far this year by government-sponsored gangs and (...)

Published on 11 February 2004 Read


Arsonists attack two private radio stations

Reporters Without Borders has condemned arson attacks by opposition supporters against Radio Pyramide and Radio America in the town of Saint-Marc (...)

Published on 16 January 2004 Read


Reporters Without Borders protests at sabotage as new form of censorship

Reporters Without Borders has expressed deep concern after programmes were blacked out at eight radio stations and a television channel after (...)

Published on 15 January 2004 Read


Reporters Without Borders condemns attacks on pro-government media

Reporters Without Borders has strongly condemned attacks against the pro-government radio stations, Radio Solidarité and Pyramide. "It is (...)

Published on 22 December 2003 Read


Reporters Without Borders alarmed by a serious deterioration in press freedom

Reporters Without Borders has said it is deeply concerned about the deteriorating situation in Haiti, where in the past 48-hours nearly a dozen (...)

Published on 18 December 2003 Read


Two years of impunity since Brignol Lindor’s brutal murder on 3 December 2001

Reporters Without Borders today condemned the entrenched impunity in the case of Haitian journalist Brignol Lindor of provincial radio station (...)

Published on 3 December 2003 Read


Attacks and threats force two radio stations off the air

Reporters Without Borders today condemned a shooting attack on an independent radio station in the Haitian capital on 28 October and the threats (...)

Published on 30 October 2003 Read

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