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Published on 14 November 2013Read


Hunger-striking journalist hospitalized after six days in detention

Reporters Without Borders reiterates its call to the Liberian authorities to immediately release FrontPage Africa editor Rodney Sieh, who was (...)

Published on 10 October 2013 Read


Letter to President Sirleaf about closure of media, violence against journalists

Reporters Without Borders wrote to President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf today voicing concern about the fact that the second round of the presidential (...)

Published on 15 November 2011 Read


Violence and intimidation against media in run-up to second-round election

Reporters Without Borders is alarmed by a dangerous increase in acts of violence and intimidation against radio and TV stations and newspapers (...)

Published on 20 October 2011 Read


Publisher and printer held for past few days by National Security Agency

Reporters Without Borders is disturbed to learn that Syrenius Cephus, the publisher of the Plain Truth daily newspaper, and Michael Makinde, the (...)

Published on 16 December 2009 Read


Newspaper publisher narrowly escapes plot to kill him

Reporters Without Borders is deeply concerned to learn of journalist Sam O. Dean’s discovery that a thousand US dollars were offered for his (...)

Published on 1 February 2008 Read


Two journalists beaten by police and UN peacekeepers, one seriously injured

Reporters Without Borders condemns the use of violence by members of the national police and United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) against (...)

Published on 20 June 2007 Read


Appeal to new police chief after two reporters beaten by police

Reporters Without Borders today called on the new head of the Liberia National Police, Beatrice Munah Sieh, to take energetic measures to ensure (...)

Published on 25 April 2006 Read


Forum Newspaper allowed to reopen its offices

Monrovia court officials finally ordered that the offices of the independent weekly Forum Newspaper could reopen on 15 March despite managing (...)

Published on 24 March 2005 Read

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