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Continuing violence

Published on 18 April 2014Read

Media rights activists detained

Sri Lanka

Suspect arrested by police investigating Lanka-e-News arson attack

Police investigating the arson attack on the Colombo headquarters of the Lanka-e-News online newspaper during the early hours of 31 January say (...)

Published on 2 February 2011 Read

Sri Lanka

No news of political cartoonist one year after his disappearance

Today is the first anniversary of the disappearance of Prageeth Eknaligoda, a cartoonist and political analyst who worked for the Lanka-e-News (...)

Published on 24 January 2011 Read

Sri Lanka

“Where is Prageeth?”

Cartoon by Prageeth Eknaligoda, Sri Lanka Prageeth Eknaligoda, a journalist, cartoonist and political analyst, went missing nearly (...)

Published on 23 January 2011 Read

Sri Lanka

Lasantha Wickrematunge’s widow and fellow editor Sonali Samarasinghe’s statement, on his second death anniversary

Statement to RSF by Lasantha Wickrematunge’s widow and fellow editor Sonali Samarasinghe on his second death anniversary January 8, 2011 (...)

Published on 7 January 2011 Read

Sri Lanka

Newspaper editor’s murderers still at large two years later

Sunday Leader editor Lasantha Wickrematunga, a courageous, talented and iconoclastic journalist, was shot dead in Colombo by a death squad two (...)

Published on 7 January 2011 Read

Sri Lanka

Less anti-media violence in 2010 but more obstruction and self-censorship

Reporters Without Borders condemns the new forms of censorship and obstruction being used by government to prevent diverse and freely-reported (...)

Published on 30 December 2010 Read

Sri Lanka

J.S. Tissainayagam interview

This is the first interview that Tamil journalist J.S. Tissainayagam of the local Sunday Times newspaper has given since his release in May 2010. (...)

Published on 17 November 2010 Read

Sri Lanka

Ten years of impunity for Jaffna-based journalist’s murderers

On the 10th anniversary of Tamil journalist Mayilvaganam Nimalarajan’s murder in the northern city of Jaffna, Reporters Without Borders reiterates (...)

Published on 18 October 2010 Read

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