Reporters Without Borders


Letter to Moroccan king about journalist on hunger strike

The Moroccan authorities are refusing to give Ali Lmrabet a new passport and a document certifying that he is a resident of the city of Tétouan – (...)

Published on 26 July 2015 Read


RSF backs Moroccan NGO targeted by interior ministry

Nonetheless, it was the Moroccan interior ministry that announced on 8 May that it has filed a complaint with the public prosecutor against (...)

Published on 4 June 2015 Read


Journalist says he will be “Morocco’s first undocumented Moroccan”

Ali Lmrabet, who has dual French and Moroccan nationality, is being denied the residence certificate he needs to get a new national ID card and (...)

Published on 18 May 2015 Read


Journalism NGO apparent target of “adultery” conviction

Hicham Mansouri has been sentenced to ten months in prison and a fine of 40,000 dirhams (3,800 euros) for alleged “complicity in adultery” under (...)

Published on 3 April 2015 Read


Sustained crackdown on independent reporting in Morocco

Officials have above all been putting pressure on the press to ensure that “sensitive” subjects are not covered in a free and independent manner. (...)

Published on 5 March 2015 Read


Call for return of material seized from two French TV reporters

Reporters Without Borders calls on the Moroccan authorities to return the video footage and other material they seized from two French (...)

Published on 17 February 2015 Read


RWB’s recommendations on Morocco’s media reform bills

The communication ministry unveiled the three bills – on “press and publishing,” the “status of professional journalists” and the “National Press (...)

Published on 21 November 2014 Read


Justice system still targeting editor seven months after his release

Ali Anouzla, the editor of the Lakome news website’s Arabic-language version, continues to be targeted by the justice system seven months after (...)

Published on 20 May 2014 Read

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