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Chicago: latest attempt to conceal information on police brutality in the US

On November 24, two days before Thanksgiving, the city of Chicago released police dash cam footage showing 17 year-old African American Laquan (...)

Published on 17 December 2015 Read

United States

RSF launches a petition to pardon Jeffrey Sterling

RSF has been deeply concerned by the precedent set in Jeffrey’s conviction and has launched a petition for his pardon. Jeffrey Sterling, a former (...)

Published on 8 December 2015 Read

United States

Arbitrary arrest in Minnesota: journalist detained for covering protest

Jack Highberger, an emmy-award winning reporter for Fox 9 (KMSP-TV) in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota, was arrested Monday evening while (...)

Published on 17 November 2015 Read

United States

Holly Sterling asks for President Obama’s pardon

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) takes this occasion to reiterate its concerns about the precedent set in the United States’ government’s case (...)

Published on 15 October 2015 Read

United States

Jeffrey Sterling latest victim of the US’ war on whistleblowers

On June 16, 2015 Jeffrey Sterling self-surrendered to the Englewood Federal Correctional Institution in Colorado, almost 900 miles from his home. (...)

Published on 18 September 2015 Read

Saudi Arabia

Saudi King Salman in Washington: Open letter to Obama

President Barack Obama The White House 1600 Pennsylania Ave, NW Washington, DC 20500 Mr. President, Reporters Without Borders would (...)

Published on 3 September 2015 Read

United States

Journalists killed on live TV in the US: an unprecedented tragedy

“The murder of two journalists, Alison Parker and Adam Ward, on live television in Virginia is an unprecedented tragedy, even in a country where (...)

Published on 26 August 2015 Read


53 journalism groups urge again President Obama to stop excessive controls on public information

The coalition, led by the Society of Professional Journalists, sent a letter to President Obama on August 10, 2015. This was the second letter (...)

Published on 20 August 2015 Read

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