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Government urged not to adopt decrees on radio and TV stations

Reporters Without Borders is very concerned at the determination of Information and Communication Minister Sofyan Djalil to adopt a series of (...)

Published on 3 February 2006 Read

Indonesia

Press freedom threatened by new verdict against press group Tempo

Jakarta’s high court on 6 January 2005 upheld a defamation verdict against journalist Goenawan Mohamad and press group PT Tempo Inti Media Harian (...)

Published on 9 January 2006 Read

Indonesia

Still no news of journalist kidnapped two weeks ago

There is still no news of newspaper reporter Elyuddin Telaumbanua, who was kidnapped by a group of unidentified men on 22 August in the southern (...)

Published on 5 September 2005 Read

Indonesia

Two journalists jailed as government seeks to tighten criminal law

Reporters Without Borders condemned nine-month prison sentences for defamation handed down on 4 May 2005 to Darwin Ruslinur and Budiono Syahputr (...)

Published on 10 May 2005 Read

Indonesia

Army steps up restrictions on foreign journalists in Aceh

A month after an earthquake and a tsunami devastated Sumatra island, and especially Aceh province, Reporters Without Borders today said it was (...)

Published on 27 January 2005 Read

Indonesia

Defamation case verdicts postponed in Tempo and Supinya Klangnarong cases

Indonesia’s central court in Jakarta has postponed until 16 September 2004 its verdict in the defamation case against Tempo editor Bambang (...)

Published on 10 September 2004 Read

Indonesia

Journalist held hostage for six months killed in a clash at Aceh

Reporters Without Borders (Reporters sans frontières) deplores the death of journalist Ersa Siregar, held hostage by rebels for six months before (...)

Published on 30 December 2003 Read

Asia

Army harassment forces Aceh-based biweekly to close

Reporters Without Borders (Reporters sans frontières) today condemned army harassment of an independent biweekly in the troubled province of Aceh, (...)

Published on 12 December 2003 Read

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