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Court finds AP guilty of violating royal family’s privacy

Reporters Without Borders is outraged by an Amsterdam court’s ruling today that the Associated Press violated the Dutch royal family’s privacy by (...)

Published on 28 August 2009 Read

Netherlands

Royal family seeks court injunction against AP over holiday photos

Reporters Without Borders strongly condemns the court injunction which Dutch Crown Prince Willem-Alexander and his wife, Princess Maxima, have (...)

Published on 7 August 2009 Read

Netherlands

Free expression hangs on outcome of international court’s prosecution of French journalist

Reporters Without Borders reiterates its support for former French journalist Florence Hartmann and hopes she will be acquitted on charges of (...)

Published on 8 July 2009 Read

Netherlands

Release welcomed of two Telegraaf journalists amid calls for better protection of sources

Reporters Without Borders welcomed the release on 30 November of two journalists from the daily De Telegraaf, Bart Mos and Joost de Haas, placed (...)

Published on 30 November 2006 Read

Netherlands

Shock at Dutch filmmaker’s murder

Reporters Without Borders voiced dismay today at the murder yesterday in Amsterdam of Theo Van Gogh, a controversial filmmaker, writer and (...)

Published on 3 November 2004 Read

Europe/Ex-USSR

Court says journalist does not have to testify

Reporters without Borders welcomes the December 11 decision by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) not to force (...)

Published on 12 December 2002 Read

Europe/Ex-USSR

International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia: journalist summoned to give evidence before the ICTY appeals against the judges’ decision

The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) decided on 7 June 2002 to subpoena former Washington Post journalist (...)

Published on 2 October 2002 Read

Europe/Ex-USSR

Journalist forced to give evidence to rights court

Reporters Without Borders protested today at the 9 June decision by the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) to order (...)

Published on 13 June 2002 Read


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