Reporters Without Borders


Will Michel Kilo be allowed out of Adra prison?

In a 2 November decision, a Damascus appeal court judge overturned a criminal court’s refusal in August to release imprisoned writer and (...)

Published on 4 November 2008 Read


Outrage over 36-month prison sentences passed on three journalists

Reporters Without Borders is deeply outraged by the sentences of two and a half years in prison which a Damascus court passed today on three (...)

Published on 29 October 2008 Read


Detained cyber-dissident faces up to 15 years in prison

Reporters Without Borders condemns the charges of “spreading mendacious information aimed at weakening national sentiment,” seeking to “stir up (...)

Published on 17 October 2008 Read


Banned in Syria, pan-Arab daily Al-Hayat is latest media to fall victim to tension between Arab regimes

Reporters Without Borders condemns Syria’s ban on distribution of the pan-Arab daily Al-Hayat since 29 September. The ban on the newspaper, which (...)

Published on 8 October 2008 Read


Reporters Without Borders team and French TV journalist “will never get a visa,” minister reportedly says after they are refused entry at border

A Reporters Without Borders delegation led by its secretary-general, Robert Ménard, together with well-known French TV journalist Patrick Poivre (...)

Published on 15 September 2008 Read


Concerned about ailing political prisoner deprived of treatment, Reporters Without Borders urges Sarkozy to raise human rights during Damascus visit

Reporters Without Borders has written to French President Nicolas Sarkozy asking him to raise the issue of Syria’s political prisoners when he (...)

Published on 1 September 2008 Read


Court rejects writer’s request for release on completing three quarters of sentence

Reporters Without Borders “strongly condemns” a Damascus criminal court’s decision on 20 August to reject a request for the release of imprisoned (...)

Published on 22 August 2008 Read


Lawyer held for 12 days is latest victim of government harassment of opposition websites

Reporters Without Borders reiterates its condemnation of the government’s behaviour towards certain opposition websites after lawyer and website (...)

Published on 18 August 2008 Read

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