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Answers needed after public radio programme pulled in suspicious manner

Reporters Without Borders is very concerned about alleged political interference at Portugal’s main public radio station, Antena 1, which suddenly (...)

Published on 1 February 2012 Read


Intelligence agency spied on newspaper reporter

Reporters Without Borders is appalled by the weekly Expresso’s revelation in its 27 August issue that senior members of the Strategic Defence and (...)

Published on 29 August 2011 Read


Judicial harassment results in record 1.5 million euro fine for Lisbon weekly

Reporters Without Borders strongly condemns a decision to fine the Lisbon-based weekly Sol 1.5 million euros for defying a court injunction (...)

Published on 17 August 2010 Read


Court rejects journalists’ appeal against allowing courts to examine their computers

The appeal court in Lisbon has given the go-ahead for the courts to examine the computers of two journalists on the daily newspaper 24 Horas, (...)

Published on 26 April 2006 Read


Journalist gets 11-month suspended sentence for refusal to reveal sources

Portuguese version Reporters Without Borders has protested after journalist José Luis Manso Preto was given an 11-month suspended sentence for (...)

Published on 13 December 2004 Read


Fifty-three journalists summonsed in move condemned as intimidatory by Reporters Without Borders

read in Portuguese Reporters Without Borders has condemned as an "attempt at intimidation" the summonsing of 53 journalists by the Lisbon public (...)

Published on 10 November 2004 Read


Journalist charged for refusing to reveal his sources

Reporters Without Borders today condemned as "deplorable" a Portuguese court’s decision to charge a journalist for declining to reveal his sources (...)

Published on 23 September 2002 Read




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