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Articles Venezuela

Foreign reporters forced to sign good conduct pledge before election

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns the communication and information ministry’s decision to make foreign reporters sign a pledge ahead of (...)

Published on 4 December 2015 Read

Articles France

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

Articles Americas

Latin American countries violating international law

Last month, Venezuela defied a judgment by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights while Honduras rebuffed a request from the Inter-American (...)

Published on 16 October 2015 Read

Articles Syria

Concern about three Spanish journalists missing in Syria

Three Spanish freelance journalists – Antonio Pampliega, Angel Sastre and José Manuel López – have been missing in Syria since 13 July, their (...)

Published on 22 July 2015 Read

Articles Syria

Leaders who publicly threaten journalists

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Published on 17 July 2015 Read

Articles Venezuela

Travel ban is now part of regime’s harassment of independent media

Reporters Without Borders condemns the increased pressure that the Venezuelan authorities are putting on the country’s few independent news media (...)

Published on 19 May 2015 Read

Articles Colombia

After seven years, Colombia drops charges against TV reporter

Reporters Without Borders hails the withdrawal of charges against William Parra, a TV reporter wrongly accused of abetting Colombia’s rebels, and (...)

Published on 16 March 2015 Read

Articles Colombia

World Press Freedom Index 2015: decline on all fronts

Top of the list, as so often, are three Scandinavian countries: Finland, which has been in first place for five years in succession, followed by (...)

Published on 12 February 2015 Read

Articles Uruguay

Reporters Without Borders welcomes the adoption of the Broadcasting Communication Services Law

Update - 24 December 2014 On December 13, the Parliament adopted the Broadcasting Communication Services Law. Reporters Without Borders has (...)

Published on 24 December 2014 Read

Articles Cuba

When will Cuba improve relations with its own journalists?

In the wake of the US and Cuban announcements of a resumption in the diplomatic relations severed more than half a century ago, Reporters Without (...)

Published on 18 December 2014 Read

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