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Reporters Without Borders urges Chris Patten to intervene on behalf of five jailed journalists

Reporters Without Borders has urged Chris Patten, European Commissioner for External Relations, to raise the issue of press freedom and the cases (...)

Published on 17 March 2004 Read

Uzbekistan

Journalist Ruslan Sharipov to remain jailed despite general amnesty

Jailed journalist Ruslan Sharipov will not be included in a general amnesty announced by President Islam Karimov on 1 December because his crime (...)

Published on 22 December 2003 Read

Uzbekistan

Journalist and human rights activist sentenced to four years in prison

Reporters Without Borders today denounced as "disgraceful" a four-year prison sentence imposed on Uzbekistan journalist and human rights activist (...)

Published on 26 September 2003 Read

Europe/Ex-USSR

EU and embassies urged to press for release of jailed human rights journalist

Reporters Without Borders called today on the European Union (EU) and Western embassies to push for the release of jailed Uzbek journalist and (...)

Published on 29 August 2003 Read

Europe/Ex-USSR

Call for immediate release of press freedom defender being tried on sex charges

Reporters Without Borders today voiced deep concern about the ongoing trial of Ruslan Sharipov, the president of the press freedom organisation (...)

Published on 13 August 2003 Read

Europe/Ex-USSR

Three detained in crackdown on journalists

Reporters Without Borders today voiced deep concern about the arrests in the past two days of three members of a press freedom organisation, the (...)

Published on 28 May 2003 Read

Uzbekistan

Journalist jailed for six and a half years for writing about religion

Gayrat Mekhliboyev’s seven-year jail sentence was reduced by six months by an appeal court on 14 March, which struck down his convictions for (...)

Published on 17 March 2003 Read

Europe/Ex-USSR

A journalist gets death threats after objecting to closure of his weekly

Reporters Without Borders today voiced its concern about death threats received by Ismat Kushev, the editor of the education ministry’s weekly (...)

Published on 14 March 2003 Read

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