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Appeal court trims Gao Yu’s jail term, RSF reiterates call for release

Gao Yu was transferred today from prison to her home as a result of a decision by the court that she should temporarily serve her sentence under (...)

Published on 26 November 2015 Read

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Court hears Gao Yu’s appeal behind closed doors

Gao Yu reaffirmed her innocence and answered questions from the judge and her lawyers, but no further details of the hearing were made public. (...)

Published on 24 November 2015 Read

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China pursues journalists and dissidents overseas

The Thai police arrested the cartoonist, Jiang Yefei (姜野飞), on 28 October, held him in a prison for illegal immigrants in Bangkok for just over two (...)

Published on 20 November 2015 Read

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Reporters Without Borders-TV5 Monde Prize ceremony

Three prizes were awarded: In the Citizen-Journalist Category, to Zone9, an Ethiopian blogger collective created in 2012 that often draws (...)

Published on 19 November 2015 Read

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Call for investigative journalist’s immediate release

The deputy editor of Southern Metropolis News (南方都市报), a newspaper based in Guangdong, the 37-year-old Liu Wei (刘伟) was arrested in Chengdu on 8 (...)

Published on 19 October 2015 Read

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2010 Peace laureate languishes in Chinese jail in face of international indifference

The Chinese government has been arbitrarily holding Liu Xiaobo, who was also awarded the 2004 RSF Prize, in Jinzhou Prison in Dalian, Liaoning (...)

Published on 12 October 2015 Read

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Three-day Internet ban prevents journalists from working in Kashmir

The suspension of 2G, 3G, GPRS and broadband Internet services in Jammu and Kashmir, which borders China and Pakistan, lasted 82 hours, (...)

Published on 7 October 2015 Read

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RSF calls for release of six journalists sentenced to life imprisonment

Their appeals will be heard at the same time as those of a group of Muslim Brotherhood leaders with whom they were originally tried and convicted (...)

Published on 30 September 2015 Read

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Beijing imposes its propaganda beyond its borders

The policy is making headway although the Chinese government prefers to be discreet about it. “The fight for freedom of information and media (...)

Published on 24 September 2015 Read

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Presidential pardon for Al Jazeera journalists jailed on "terrorism" charge

"The announced pardon is good news for the Al Jazeera journalists, who should never have been tried and jailed in the first place”, said Alexandra (...)

Published on 23 September 2015 Read

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