Reporters Without Borders

Hostages to tension

Published on 10 April 2014Read

Poisonous climate

Ukraine

Arson attack on home of journalist who covers corruption

Reporters Without Borders voiced dismay today at an arson attack on the home of Sergei Yanovski of the national daily Kievskie Vedomosti and the (...)

Published on 8 June 2006 Read

Ukraine

Arson attack at editor’s home appears linked to her work

An arson attack at the home of leading journalist Lilia Budjurova, editor of the weekly Pervaya Krimskaya, was most likely linked to her work, (...)

Published on 3 March 2006 Read

Ukraine

Court orders reinstatement of prosecutor-general discredited in Gongadze case

A court in Kiev on 18 November 2005 ordered the reinstatement of Sviatoslav Piskun to the post of prosecutor-general, the job from which he was (...)

Published on 21 November 2005 Read

Ukraine

Reporters Without Borders in Kiev : « The time for promises is over ! »

read in ukrainian On the eve of Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko’s visit to France, the Secretary General of Reporters Without Borders went (...)

Published on 14 November 2005 Read

Ukraine

Minister hints at bomb on editor’s car as Reporters Without Borders says "blast was certainely not vandalism"

read in russian Interior minister Yuri Lutsenko said today security cameras near the home of managing editor Walid Harfouch, of the (...)

Published on 28 October 2005 Read

Ukraine

Journalist escapes a murder attempt

Reporters Without Borders called on Interior Minister Yuri Lutsenko to do everything possible to punish the perpetrators after journalist Natalia (...)

Published on 12 October 2005 Read

Ukraine

Call for opening of independent investigation into Paparazzi attack case

Read in russian Reporters Without Borders urged President Viktor Yushchenko to open an independent and transparent investigation after a Molotov (...)

Published on 11 October 2005 Read

Ukraine

Government rescinds decree requiring online publications to register

Reporters Without Borders today welcomed the Ukrainian transport and telecommunication ministry’s decision to rescind a May 2005 decree requiring (...)

Published on 11 October 2005 Read

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