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Still no word of missing radio presenter and environmentalist eight months after his abduction

Reporters Without Borders voiced outrage today at the indifference of both local and national authorities to the fate of radio presenter and (...)

Published on 3 November 2006 Read


Eight journalists face arrest after being sued by president’s husband

Reporters Without Borders condemned the “hounding” of eight journalists by José Miguel Arroyo, husband of President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, who has (...)

Published on 18 October 2006 Read


After three hit-men convicted of Esperat murder, prosecutors to target instigators

The life sentences handed down today by a court in the central city of Cebu on three men found guilty of carrying out the March 2005 murder of (...)

Published on 6 October 2006 Read


Journalist’s alleged murderer caught by Pagadian police

Mohammed Maulana, the alleged murderer of journalist Edgar Amoro, was arrested on 18 September in Pagadian (the capital of Zamboanga del Sur (...)

Published on 22 September 2006 Read


Policeman and two other suspects arrested for attempted murder of tabloid reporter

The police announced today that three people have been arrested for the attempted murder of reporter Roger Panizal of the tabloid newspaper (...)

Published on 7 September 2006 Read


Open letter to President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo

Dear Madam President, Reporters Without Borders, an organisation that defends press freedom throughout the world, hails your statement on 1 (...)

Published on 4 August 2006 Read


Mindanao radio presenter becomes ninth Philippine journalist to be murdered this year

Reporters Without Borders today condemned the murder of Armando Pace, the presenter of a programme on local radio station DXDS on the southern (...)

Published on 19 July 2006 Read


Armed men torch a community radio

A gang of at least eight masked and armed men raided and torched a community radio on 2 July, first tying up six members of staff, who were (...)

Published on 4 July 2006 Read

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