Reporters Without Borders

Disappeared, kidnapped journalists

Published on 8 September 2014Read


Shock at murder of Gebran Tueni, parliamentarian and owner of An-Nahar daily

Reporters Without Borders said it was deeply shocked and saddened by the murder of Gebran Tueni, the CEO of the Arabic-language daily An-Nahar (...)

Published on 12 December 2005 Read


Cedar planted in Paris in homage to Samir Kassir six months after his murder in Beirut

A cedar of Lebanon was planted in the square in front of the Paris city hall today in homage to Samir Kassir, a journalist with French and (...)

Published on 2 December 2005 Read


Reporters Without Borders shocked by attack on Lebanese journalist

Reporters Without Borders expressed “deep shock” at what it called a “barbaric attack” today on well-known Lebanese TV presenter May Chidiac, who was (...)

Published on 26 September 2005 Read


Everyone’s support needed in Kassir case three months after his murder

Noting that three months have gone by since journalist Samir Kassir was blown up in Beirut, Reporters Without Borders today reiterated the need (...)

Published on 1 September 2005 Read

Middle East/North Africa

Parliament gives green light for TV station critical of Syria to reopen

Reporters Without Borders today hailed the Lebanese parliament’s approval yesterday of a legislative amendment permitting the reopening of MTV, a (...)

Published on 17 August 2005 Read


Slain journalist’s wife says investigation needs full backing from both Paris and Beirut

Everyone must pull their weight, both in Paris and Lebanon, if there is to be any chance of establishing who murdered journalist Samir Kassir in (...)

Published on 21 July 2005 Read


Shock at murder of leading newspaper columnist Samir Kassir in car-bombing

Reporters Without Borders secretary-general Robert Ménard, who was in Beirut on 2 June, voiced dismay at the murder of columnist Samir Kassir of (...)

Published on 3 June 2005 Read


Reporters Without Borders condemns attempt to intimidate journalist Ali Hashisho

Reporters Without Borders has condemned an attempt to intimidate Lebanese journalist Ali Hashisho who found grenades left on the windscreen of (...)

Published on 29 July 2004 Read

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