Reporters Without Borders


Unable to work Journalists flee Libya because of violence

In October 2014, Reporters Without Borders launched a campaign aimed at making the international public aware of what is happening to journalists (...)

Published on 7 April 2015 Read


Court sentences editor in absentia for five years in prison

Charged with criminal libel for publishing a list of allegedly corrupt judges and prosecutors in November 2012, Khitabi, 68, was convicted of (...)

Published on 28 November 2014 Read


“Not seeing news from Libya any more?” – RWB’s new campaign

Exactly three years after the Gaddafi regime’s fall on 23 October 2011, Libya is today amid mounting political and military anarchy, and the hopes (...)

Published on 23 October 2014 Read


Libya still extremely dangerous for journalists

Reporters Without Borders condemns the murder of Al-Tayeb Issa, one of the founders of privately-owned satellite TV station Tuareg Tumsat, in (...)

Published on 14 October 2014 Read


Gunmen slay young journalist in Benghazi, the security chaos continues to pose a grave danger to Libyan news providers

Tawfiq Ben Saud was driving home when gunmen in a black 4WD Hyundai “Santa Fe” riddled his car with bullets in the middle of Al-Wikalat Street in (...)

Published on 23 September 2014 Read


Concern about two Tunisian journalists missing in eastern Libya

Chourabi is the host and producer of the programme “Dossiyates” for Tunisia’s First TV. He and Ktari, a photographer, went to Libya with the initial (...)

Published on 19 September 2014 Read


News media targeted amid Libyan chaos

Controlled by the government-backed Zintan brigades since Gaddafi’s overthrow, Tripoli international airport has now been seized by the Misrata (...)

Published on 28 August 2014 Read


News providers targeted in new wave of violence sweeping Libya

Since July 13, violent armed clashes have been taking place in Tripoli between the rival Zintan and Misrata militias and their allies for control (...)

Published on 11 August 2014 Read

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