Reporters Without Borders


Five women presenters resign from Al Jazeera

Reporters Without Borders is disturbed to learn that five women journalists have resigned as presenters from the Qatar-based satellite TV station (...)

Published on 2 June 2010 Read


Robert Ménard and staff leave Doha Centre for Media Freedom

International press freedom campaigner Robert Ménard has resigned as director-general of the Doha Centre for Media Freedom, which he had headed (...)

Published on 23 June 2009 Read


Doha Centre journalist forbidden to leave Qatar

Reporters Without Borders is deeply concerned about a hardening in the attitude of the Qatari authorities towards the Doha Centre for Media (...)

Published on 24 March 2009 Read


Journalist sentenced to three years in prison in absentia

Reporters Without Borders today condemned a three-year jail sentence in absentia against journalist Amal Eisa, formerly of the Qatari daily (...)

Published on 23 June 2008 Read


Reporters Without Borders condemns harassment of Arab satellite channel Al-Jazeera

Reporters Without Borders has protested at persistent harassment of Arabic-language satellite TV al-Jazeera as the channel said on 26 January (...)

Published on 27 January 2005 Read

Middle East/North Africa

Reporters Without Borders asks for pardon for a Jordanian journalist sentenced to death

Reporters Without Borders has asked the Qatari Emir Sheik Hamad Ben Khalifa al-Thani to pardon forthwith the journalist Firas Majali whose death (...)

Published on 24 February 2003 Read

Middle East/North Africa

Journalist condemned to death for "spying"

Reporters Without Borders today denounced the Qatar supreme court for sentencing a Jordanian journalist, Firas Majali, to death on 22 October for (...)

Published on 24 October 2002 Read




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