Reporters Without Borders


Egyptian activist finally granted visa

Reporters Without Borders is pleased to learn that the Moroccan authorities have after all granted a visa to Egyptian citizen Gamal Eid of the (...)

Published on 31 August 2009 Read


Advances and reverses for press freedom during King Mohammed’s first decade

Real progress at the start of King Mohammed’s reign has been followed by reverses and tension, especially from 2002 onwards, Reporters Without (...)

Published on 22 July 2009 Read


Blogger gets six months for petition accusing prosecutor of corruption

Reporters Without Borders is very concerned about the six-month prison sentence and fine of 5,000 dirham (463 euros) which a court in the (...)

Published on 10 March 2009 Read


Newspaper raided, editors harassed for wanting to write about king’s mother

Reporters Without Borders is alarmed to learn that the publisher and editor of the Arabic-language newspaper Al-Ayam were arrested and questioned (...)

Published on 13 February 2009 Read


Another large fine imposed on embattled Arabic-language daily

Rachid Nini, the publisher of the Al-Massae newspaper, was fined another 600,000 dirhams (54,000 euros) by a Casablanca court on 1 December for (...)

Published on 3 December 2008 Read


French weekly censored in Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria for “attack on Islam”

Reporters Without Borders today voiced its dismay after Morocco’s communications ministry announced a ban on distribution of the international (...)

Published on 3 November 2008 Read


Astronomic damages award against leading Arabic-language daily upheld on appeal

Reporters Without Borders is stunned by a Rabat appeal court’s ruling today to uphold a lower court’s decision in March ordering Rachid Nini, (...)

Published on 30 October 2008 Read


Appeal court overturns blogger’s conviction

تبرئة المدوّن محمد الراجي Reporters Without Borders hails today’s decision by an Agadir appeal court to quash blogger Mohamed Erraji’s conviction on the grounds of (...)

Published on 18 September 2008 Read

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