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RWB condemns new cases of censorship and self-censorship

Hong Kong newspaper Apple Daily is paying a high price for supporting Occupy Central. Members of a counter-movement have been surrounding the (...)

Published on 16 October 2014 Read

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Nobel Peace Prize Laureates call for the release of Liu Xiaobo

New York – Brussels – Geneva – Paris, October 10th 2014: In an open letter that Nobel Peace Prize Laureates together with major human rights (...)

Published on 10 October 2014 Read

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Occupy Central and the fight for information freedom

“One country, two systems” – behind that common description of Hong Kong’s status as a “special administrative zone” of China lies a fight for basic (...)

Published on 10 October 2014 Read

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Twelve arrested over mobile phone message content

WhatsApp, Viber and Tango “The intelligence services [will go after] people who circulate insulting comments about Ayatollah Khomeini online,” (...)

Published on 9 October 2014 Read

Articles Hongkong

Foreign media censor own coverage of Hong Kong protests

As mainland China steps up its efforts to suppress information about the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, the online censorship monitoring (...)

Published on 3 October 2014 Read

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Reporters without Borders Germany calls on Deutsche Welle Director General to change strategy on China

The executive director of Reporters without Borders Germany, Christian Mihr, states: “We highly condemn the co-operation agreement between (...)

Published on 30 September 2014 Read

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The German President honours Reporters Without Borders Germany on its 20th anniversary

German President, Joachim Gauck, honours the work of Reporters Without Borders Germany. In a greeting sent due to the 20th anniversary of the (...)

Published on 26 September 2014 Read

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Blogger sentenced to life in prison

A professor of economics at the Central University for Nationalities in Beijing, Tohti was convicted of “separatism” by a court in the Xinjiang (...)

Published on 23 September 2014 Read

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Repeated cyber-attacks on leading human rights website

Reporters Without Borders condemns the cyber-attacks on China’s leading human rights information website 64 Tianwang that have repeatedly rendered (...)

Published on 22 September 2014 Read

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Dissident octogenarian writer Tie Liu arrested for “provoking trouble”

Tie, whose real name is Huang Zerong, was charged with “picking quarrels and provoking trouble”. No reason was given for the arrest of Huang Jing, (...)

Published on 18 September 2014 Read

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